Hi Friends! Now that you have been working on developing and maintaining your Daily, Weekly and Monthly routines, I feel confident that you are starting to feeling some impact of your consistent effort. Have you noticed you have a little time at the end of each day to relax? Maybe your family has noticed your work and commented or even praised your efforts! Have your children started to follow the routines as well? Even if they haven't, take a few moments now and reflect. Pat yourself on the back! You will get there and they will notice.
Keep going! Stay the course! YOU CAN DO THIS!!
For reference, you can locate Part 1 - Daily Routines here, Part 2 - Weekly Routines here, and Part 3 - Monthly Routines here.
Let's continue getting more done in less time by
focusing on Yearly Routines!
Step #1: Download the Yearly Planner Worksheet below.
Step #2: Refer to your TASK LIST from Part 1.
Step #3: Identify tasks flagged as QUARTERLY, YEARLY or OTHER.
Assign tasks to a particular month of the year.
- Some tasks are dependent on others (Taxes, Kids' School Holidays)
- Most you will be able to decide which month to complete.
- Make a note on how long the task typically takes you to complete.
- Distribute the tasks throughout the year for months that work best with your schedule and other commitments.
Tip! When scheduling your quarterly tasks, try to schedule every 3 months in the year. If there is flexibility in due dates, balance Quarterly and Other tasks with Yearly across months as Yearly may be less flexible.
Step #4: As you setup your calendar each month, add these tasks into the Monthly & Weekly schedules.
Step #5: Keep working on your routines. Continue to make adjustments to the Yearly Planner for this year and future years!
Let me know how your routines are coming along!! Leave comment below!