I am so excited about this post.
I’m most certain I am more excited about it than you will be, but I’m telling you anyway because I told Jarrod and all I got was that raise-your-eyebrows-real-high-closed-lip-smile thing. Do you know what I’m talking about? Ok, well that’s what I got so I’m hoping for more from you guys because I know you can appreciate a little organization right??
Two Mondays ago I was feeling draggy…unmotivated-like. My family is coming the third week in May and my brain was all funked as to what I should do with my growing to-do list with school and obligations and how I was going to get it all done and how it’s so hard to get back in the swing of school after a big visit like that.
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I need action plans. So I made a six-week plan for school. I just wrote out everything I wanted to get done this school year and packed it in to 6 weeks.
So I took the whole “plan out your last 6 weeks of school thing” and multiplied it times a billion or so. All last week I organized my planner, lesson plan book, papers, calendars, menus and more. For the next six weeks, I. will. have. a. plan.
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We have just finished week one of the 6-week plan.
And can I just say….we totally rocked week one!
One of the things I did was reorganize my planner. I love my planner. I talked about it back here. The thing was though, it was getting all beat up and it was unorganized with random papers shoved in it. Martha Stewart helped me spiff up my planner. (thanks, girl.)
Here’s the break down of how the masta-planna is looking now.
My 6 Week Master Planner
List Section: Target, Groceries, Library, Liquor Store…ha! Just kidding (I think)