Life is hectic! But, learning to stay focused on the most important tasks is the key to success. With my Free Printable Daily Docket, you’ll be ready to conquer the day!
“If you fail to plan, you are planning to fail!” ― Benjamin Franklin
Why Be Organized?
Organization is not a dirty word as we so often think it is! But, by creating a routine, you can get more done with less stress. And, every single mom out there needs less pressure!
Focus On Your Top 5 Goals For The Day
Why did I only pick 5 to do’s? When you spread yourself too thin, you end up becoming frazzled and even less productive. By focusing on only five things for the day, you then weed out the unessential stuff. And, you get down to nitty gritty of being productive and organized.
Now, I am not saying you only have to do five things per day, and you will most likely do way more than that (a.k.a #momlife)! You need to think of them as your top priority items you have to get done.
No More Last Minute Dinner Frustration
I hate waiting till 6 PM and not having a clue what we are going to eat that night. If you can hit the kitchen with a purpose, you will not have to worry about wasted time! And for major time crunches, I always use an Instant Pot recipe.Become Organized with my Free Printable Daily Docket!Click To Tweet
How to Use Daily Docket
If you are a stay at home mom or work at home mom, consider purchasing a cute clipboard. I recommend having the whole week printed and ready to go on Sunday night. Then you can take about 30 minutes and plan out your entire week.
For working moms, you may want to get a binder or folder to use. I have included two versions of my daily docket. One has a wider left margin to allow for hole punches.
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Tip: Worried about ink use? Just set the printer to black ink only and draft. I love and use this printer for its large capacity ink cartridges that work out to be a lot cheaper!
Where to Write the Date?
I usually like to write the date in the upper left-hand corner above where it says daily docket.