These SIMPLE to-do lists are for you, if you…
- Prefer to handwrite thoughts and to-do lists on paper instead of on the computer or phone apps.
- Haven’t had much success using to-do lists consistently, but you are determined to find an easier way to keep up with everything in your head. (I hear this a lot from ladies who have ADD/ADHD or if you’re like me, behave like you have a touch of it from time to time.)
- Get overwhelmed when you have a lot of important things to take care of, and your mind is getting frazzled.
- Need a convenient, easily identifiable to-do list.
- Want to get more done in less time, and not forget what you need to accomplish!
You can expect to get your mind calm and organized, and be more productive starting now!
There are 7 forms available for you to choose from and start using today. Four of them are my favorites. There is sure to be one or more forms that is perfect for YOU.
–Feeling overwhelmed? Then use the prioritization fun sheet with prompts to help you decide the most important tasks to tackle first.
–Got a lot of things you need to knock out before company arrives? or by the end of the day? Then you may prefer the to-do list that’s tailored for “Today”.
–Need help keeping up with the bills you’ve paid? Then you may enjoy the financial bill payment form where you list your bills and check them off each month – I enter the date and amount paid. Any time you need to remind yourself of what’s next, don’t waste time digging for bills or lost notes, and instead take a quick glance at your form. It’s faster!
–Want an easy, plain jane form to jot down tasks you need to complete from Mon-Fri? There’s a form for THAT. No calendar is necessary.
These forms are available in PDF format, so you can access them without special software.
The forms included in this packet are the most popular and have stood the test of time.
I started creating these forms for my private clients after hearing how they spoke about what they needed to get done. First, I offered to make a custom to-do list, and invited their input on EXACTLY how they wanted it to look and what they wanted on the form.
I made some special forms for myself, because I could never find to-do lists that were exactly what I needed.
Over the years, as I continued working with clients, when I learned a client was struggling or feeling overwhelmed and not using a to-do list consistently, then I would share these SIMPLE custom forms.
Now, I’m sharing them with you.
You’ll probably begin noticing it’s the simplest missing link that gets you over the hump of constantly “thinking” of what you need to do, to confidently “doing” what you need to do.