To Do list FREEBIE

Here’s a FREEBIE to go with my organizational tips from the other day!  You can find that post here!


1. Write Everything down
2. Look ahead 2-3 weeks
3. Break assignments into chunks.
4. Do what works for you! Meaning use whatever type of planner (paper/online, weekly/monthly) works for you!!!

Hopefully you can find this form helpful- it supplements my monthly calendar especially if I have a busy week!! I love how blogging, school, grad school, and my never ending to do list (mostly wedding related now 🙂  blend seamlessly.


Don’t forget to check out my newest Sweet Science Product- perfect for all your leftover candy!!

5 full experiments with chocolate – doesn’t get much sweeter than that!!!!

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  1. MrsMc on January 20, 2013 at 11:19 pm

    Thank you so much for this freebie!

    MrsMc from Buzz! Buzz! Buzz!

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