Some people — and most teens — think they really love online To Do lists. Other folks — mostly adults — love purchasing the latest, hippest paper planner to try and track their To Do’s that way.
Recently I had a client, a 16-year-old young man, who decided that the online To Do? apps are just not working for him, and he’d like to go with a paper To Do? list instead. He asked me for suggestions for how to organize it.
In this video, I give you the same demo I gave my client. Check it out, and see if you think this might work for you!?
My students really love the 7-day Action Plan. Basically, 7 days on one sheet of paper with approximately 4 “to-dos for each day. It allows them to spread their action items over the course of the week so they don’t get overwhelmed by too much in one day.