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Do you spend most of your time chasing your tail? Or do you wonder how you can fit some extra work or personal tasks into your jam-packed day? If this sounds like you, then there is one thing you can start doing to make your life less stressful. You can use a weekly planner to arrange everything more effectively.

Imagine finding some time for yourself; sounds great, doesn’t it. It is possible for anybody. You only need to get organised and stay on track. Read on to find out how you can do it, starting tomorrow!

Don’t be put off if you’ve never used a planner before. It’s so easy to use. You’ll be left scratching your head, wondering why you never did it before. You can use any planner. There are so many templates online for free, or you can be adventurous and go for some well-established ones on the market.

I’ve used the Clever Fox Planner in the past and found it to be very user-friendly. I did some blog posts about the Clever Fox Planner and some YouTube videos that show you how to use it.

Use A Weekly Planner To Maximise Your Life

Create A Weekly Planner

Why should you use a weekly planner? Well, if you want to take control of your life instead of it controlling you, this is the first place to start. You only need to spend a little time filling in your planner to make it work for you.

It’s incredible to think that a little bit of time spent wisely can eventually give you a concrete week of organisation and free time. You can then maximise other opportunities that appear in your life; what’s not to love about that!

5 Steps To Fill In A Weekly Planner With Ease

5 Steps Weekly Planner

Step 1

Start on a blank sheet of paper or write the notes on your mobile/PC/Tablet. Brainstorm and write out everything that you need to do in a week. Tag each item with the relevant day of the week.

Step 2

Start a new list with the days of the week. Write down everything you need to do inside each day of the week. The order doesn’t matter at this stage.

Step 3

This step is critical. Look through all the listed items and ask yourself these two things. 1) Is there anything on your list that you don’t have to do? If so, remove it. 2) Do you have the items on the right days? If a better day suits it, move it to that day.

Step 4

Now you need to write your final list. Place the remaining tasks on each confirmed day but in priority order. You will now have a weekly list, showing you what you need to do each day, and in order of priority.

Step 5

Every night, before you go to bed, you can spend 5 minutes quickly going over your tasks for the next day. If anything has changed, you can update it then. You can be happy knowing e that your list is streamlined and effective.

Go you!

You Can Use A Weekly Planner Right Now

At The Leslie Link, we have a free weekly planner that you can use to get started. Sign up here and access the free planner if you don’t have it already. You can easily use this one forever, or you can upgrade and go for other paid planners, like the Clever Fox Planner and others on the market.

Sometimes you might want to try different ones until you find the right one for you. But the most important thing is that you start planning right now. When you use a weekly planner, it will enrich your life, give you more free time and help you prioritise everything in your life.

Get ready to create a better and more organised life just for you!

Don’t forget to care and share this article with your colleagues, family, and friends, so they can use a weekly planner to help them as well. If you have used a weekly planner and have some more tips, please feel free to mention them in the comments below.

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