Setting Up Your Planner For The Week
If you read my How To Set Up A Bullet Planner post, then you know I opted for a Bullet Planner instead of a Bullet Journal. Here’s how I set up my week!
Every Sunday, I take the time to organize my planner. I decide on my blog posts for the week and get my upcoming tasks situated. In addition to working on my meal planning for the week, I also schedule out my day-to-day tasks to keep me on top of everything! Despite being sick all of last week, I managed to get most of my tasks done. I still have some catching-up to do with my real estate coursework, but here’s what my upcoming week looks like:
I use these same little post-it flags for my meal planning pages, but I also love using them to mark my workout days every week! You can see how I set up my meal planning pages in my How To Set Up A Bullet Planner post!
Like I mentioned in my Mastering Your Side Hustle post, I try and keep my admin work for Tuesdays and Thursdays. This is so I can do blog-related tasks on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays. I’ve been getting busier each week with admin-related duties, but my schedule still seems to work for now!
I use these cute little stamps to make check-boxes and social media icons to keep my tasks organized. For each check-box, I mark each task as being in-progress or completed. This keeps everything looking tidy and keeps me on top of everything.
**I’ll talk more about this later this week, so if you want to know where I got them – stay tuned! There is a post coming Friday about my favorite planner supplies! **
I also go through each day and highlight all of my tasks. I have different colors for each category. This let’s me quickly look at each day and know how much of each category I can expect to do! I love my Sharpie Highlighters, and the bright, vivid colors are perfect for this!
If you want to read more about my Bullet planner, be sure to check out my How To Set Up A Bullet Planner post! I go over all of the information on what planner I use and how I have everything set up!
If you have any questions or want to share about your own planner, comment below or email me at email@example.com!