At the end of the month (or the start of the new month) why not use this monthly to do list template to brainstorm everything you need (or want!) to get accomplished? This free worksheet is available to download straight away – so what are you waiting for?!
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Take A Look At The Monthly To Do List:
I love a good TO DO list – and this monthly one is perfect for tracking tasks over a little longer time period so you don’t have to keep adding things to a new one each day or week.
Within the TO DO list you get 5 main sections (see below for more details), a calendar (just circle the month you’re in), and tick boxes, to check off everything when it’s done (so satisfying!):
Sections in the monthly TO DO list:
#1 – LIFE TO DO’s
Anything related to you, and your specific life. Things like hobbies, self care etc… would go here.
#2 – HOME TO DO’s
Anything specifically related to your home management. Budgeting, meals, maintenance etc…
#3 – GENERAL TO DO’s
Family stuff (if you have a family), Work related (if you work) etc… – anything really that doesn’t fall into the other 2 categories above.
#4 – IF THERE’S TIME
There are always things that you’d like to do but aren’t completely necessary to get done in the timeframe the TO DO list is around.
So you don’t forget them, but also so they don’t clog up your main TO DO sections – add them here!
#5 – GIFTS AND CARDS TO GET
Always worth adding in a section for birthday cards and gifts, or gifts for anniversary, new home etc….
TIP – Work 2 months ahead for these things, so you always have the right things ready to send when the special date comes up.
Get A Copy Of The Monthly TO DO List:
This free monthly TO DO list template can be yours right now!
It’s part of the Free Printables Library available to all subscribers of OMH, and all you need to do to get access to it is click on the button below and sign up.
Note: This template is available in both A4 and Letter sizes, as a pdf template. Although 80gsm paper is adequate for most day to day uses, I recommend printing on paper that’s at least 100gsm for the best results, and 120gsm if displaying the printable. You could also use coloured paper for a more personalised style (I love using brown paper!).
There you have it! – a handy little printable TO DO list for a month at a glance.
Perfect for when you want to write everything down once a month, and work through them slowly.
Hope it helps you stay on track this month, and for every month to come…
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