Staying productive at work
Every day when I leave from work, Will reminds me to have a #productive day. As embarrassing as it is to admit that we actually say the word “hashtag,” it really is a wonderful way to send me off to work, as it reminds me to be on the ball and make the most of my time in the office.
If you remember from a while ago, I created a DIY to do checklist list for staying productive throughout the week. Now that I have my Get To Work Book, I no longer need a personal checklist, but I have found that I am using the old one all the time at work to stay focused on my daily goals and tasks.
I figured it was time for a revamp, as I am no longer using the goal or weekend section, and needed more space for work to do list items.
I like the simple layout with the check boxes (because that’s the best part about keeping a to do list), coupled with the two column grid. This will allow me to classify my tasks into things that need to be done immediately and others that I have some more time to complete.
I use the “notes” section all the time for general notes on my tasks, things to remember and for a quick space to use for when I get a call, so I decided to keep that section on this version as well.
I can’t wait to get to work and test it out. If you’d like to give it a whirl, feel free.