INSIDE : Get yourself organized this year, but enjoy the process! Download this fun hand lettered to-do list so you can chart how much water you are drinking, check off emails that need to be written and plan out your schedule for the week! Grab yours today!
This post has been updated since it’s original July 2015 publish date.
There is something about pencil and paper that speaks to my heart. I am constantly scribbling notes and lists on spare pieces of paper. Sometimes it becomes difficult trying to figure out where my most recent list has gone, but no longer!
I created a modern calligraphy Hand Lettered To-Do List that has everything you need all in one place. You can download my new checklist right now and get yourself organized.
Place to write a to-do list
Having a place to write down a to do list is so essential for keep on task, plus staying organized never looked so pretty with this printable!!
I find it so much easier to stay organized when I have a plan in place. Printing out a pretty to-do sheet helps me keep track of meals, water and my daily items to accomplish.
And the best part, it’s available for unlimited printing, after purchase. You can even hole punch to keep your to-do lists organized in a three ring binder.
Purchase below on the orange button.
The feature of my Hand Lettered To-Do List include:
-A weekly To-Do List with four lines per day
-A weekly graphic chart down the center of the sheet for tracking your water intake (8 rain drops equals 8 glasses of water)
-A place to write out your Top 3 Goals for each week
-A place to note emails/calls needed to make each week
-A place to make additional notes
-A place for fun doodles
Hopefully using this printable to do list, not only gives you happy organizing vibes, but keeps you on top of all the things you need to accomplish each day!
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