I’ve found that a few things really help me both keep moving and decrease my daily stress level when it comes to planning my work day.
- Identifying what exactly it is that I’m working for
- Tracking my time throughout the day in half-hour increments
- Noting what I already know how to do, and therefore can get started on right away
- Writing down what I don’t yet know how to do and still need to figure out, and approaching those tasks as learning experiences rather than to-do items
All of the above are incorporated into a daily planner worksheet included here.
The worksheet is available for free, although a small contribution to help cover the time we spend designing and developing these materials would be very appreciated!
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