Before I start this post, I do want to point out that I possibly don’t use a weekly planner in the way I’m supposed to, but I have a good reason why. Or at least I think it’s a good reason and it works for me, so maybe you might find it works for you too.
I’ve taken a photo of my Planner for the first week in June. To be honest, it will probably be the only week during the whole month of June I fill in. In all honesty I got this particular weekly planner for Christmas, Otherwise I’d just print out a sheet every months or so.
What’s on my weekly planner?
Okay, this is what I’ve got on my weekly planner.
Monday ~ Biz Rocks Academy tip ~ I’m a niche expert for the academy and Monday is my day to post a tip. Then I have a couple of house chores that I aim to do on that day.
Tuesday ~ This is my normal Blogging day (Unless I’m doing a crazy 30-day blogging challenge). And again a couple of house chores. Oh and it’s my grocery delivery day.
Wednesday ~ Newsletter, weight loss video and it’s my day to sort my dog out and wash his bedding.
Thursday ~ Video tutorial for LOA Bootcamp members, a house chore and bins out.
Friday ~ Accounts, Stats for my business, Check my son has all of his homework up to date and sign his planner and a couple of house chores.
Saturday ~ House chore and making sure everything is washed and sorted for the following week.
Sunday ~ Order my online grocery order, meal planning and pack school lunches for the week as much as possible.
The things you do week in ~ week out
The things on my weekly planner are the things I pretty much do week in, week out. Now I like to mess around with this kind of thing and I have the time to do it. If you wanted to you could have a sheet up in your kitchen that you do each week and just follow the same plan each and every week.
For me, I like to check this weekly as some things do change. For example: The Biz Rocks tip that I now do on a Monday is something I have only just started and my LOA Bootcamp Videos will end soon, then there are things like school holidays when I can scrap some of the things on the weekly planner.
I keep mine with my work files and have it in view of my computer as I work. This helps me to make sure I get these weekly tasks done each and every week.
Do what works for you
If it works for you to do this every week, do it. If you prefer to do it every month, do that and if you prefer to just have a simple sheet pinned up somewhere do that.
Most of us do have things that we do each week and I have found that having a specific day for things helps me to stay organized, on top of things and it saves me time.
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