At the end of any week, we had accomplished 21 things and at month end, a major project had been finished.
By Lynn from Bridgeville
Using Microsoft Word, I created a template with headings for each place I visit weekly and the things I might do there. For instance, under the Post Office heading I typed "buy stamps" "mail packages", etc. I did this for every store and place of business I usually visit. For places like grocery stores I have a space next to each one to write down the coupons I will be using and the sale items of interest. I also tried to write them in the order that I usually visit them in, for convenience sake.
Then I printed them out on the opposite side of my master grocery list. So all I have to do weekly is circle the places I need to go and the things I need to do there. It is so much easier than writing it all out by hand every week.
By Wendy from IN
I will try and post it as it's on the computer ready to be printed out, but it might not load properly. So, if it won't, I will just tell you what to type and you can do your own.
My "Do By " List:
Wow, it WORKED! (and no, this is not part of the list).
If you like this as is, copy and paste to a Word doc, modify what you need to, save and print. I find a week is enough to fill the page, but yours might just last a day. Good luck!
Source: Just trying to keep my self on track. We don't have much control over our lives these days, so this helps me feel I do. I hope it helps. PBP
By Sandi from Salem, OR