Spring means warmer weather is on the way, along with more hours of daylight. So with these changes, our schedules change too. Check out our printable time management charts to create your spring schedule.
Create Your Spring Schedule
In order to keep your household running smoothly, consider creating a schedule. This will help to keep everything on track. Already have a schedule? Be sure to assess it from time to time to determine what’s working, and what can be improved.
We offer simple charts where you can plan what you are doing each day from 6 a.m. until 11 p.m. The time slots are in half hour blocks, but you can combine the blocks to accommodate longer time slots. There are three printables to select from:
Schedule – Daily (One page per day; 6 am – 11 pm)
Schedule – Weekday (Monday – Friday; 6 am – 11 pm)
Schedule – Weekend (Saturday and Sunday; 6 am – 11 pm)
Tips on Setting Up Your Spring Schedule
When filling out the schedule, ask yourself the following questions:
- What is a typical day for me?
- Do I tend to do things at a certain time each day?
- When am I most productive?
Next, block off time for: daily chores, weekly chores, and monthly chores.
Don’t forget to schedule special projects like: spring cleaning, mowing the lawn, going to little league practices and games, washing the car and gardening.
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By using the Time Management Schedule, you’ll be sure to get all of the things done in your household.
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Household Checklists of the Month
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- Spring and Cleaning Checklists
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