On the busiest days, planning your schedule down to the hour can really keep you organized. Use this daily routine planner to stay on task and make sure you don’t miss an appointment.
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Some people prefer to plan on a monthly calendar. Others use a weekly planner to break the schedule down into days. Sometimes, you really need to organize your schedule by the hour to make sure everything on your to-do list gets done in time.
Printable daily routine planner
This one-page planner is a sort of daily docket or one sheet that helps you keep track of your schedule, one day at a time. Several of my readers have asked for a single-page planner and I think this hits all the highlights.
It’s got space for an hourly agenda from 5 a.m. to midnight. There’s also a meal plan, an essential task checklist, reminders, and a space to make notes for tomorrow.
Print one of these every day or just use it on days when your schedule is really full.
For my own planner, I like to do block scheduling. I mark out how long I think each task on my agenda will take, even if it doesn’t really have a fixed beginning and end time (like responding to emails).
How to get the printable
This printable was designed to fit an 8.5×11-inch page but can be printed to fit an A5 planner by scaling it down. Print two pages per sheet and trim or use A5 sized paper in your printer.
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