Morning Routine. Today's Tasks. Night Routine. Self Care & Gratitude.
These are the four lists I’ve challenged myself to write down for the rest of 2020.
With working from home making it so hard to build boundaries between work and personal time, keeping to this routine can insure you take care of yourself and your responsibilities.
With the flexibility of creating a new plan each day, you can find the right routine for your specific work style and personal time needs.
To keep you inspired and invigorated, these journals are full of bright colors and cheerful icons. We definitely need some cheer in times like these!
By the way, if you are a parent, the colorful design makes them great for children, as well! You can make these journals the start of a good routine for not just you but your kids, too! A great parent/child activity to share.
Are you with me?
While my other digital journals are designed to give you tons of flexibility in designing your journal pages, this daily routine journal keeps it simple.
4 Sections. 1 Page Layout Each.
There’s a landscape version and a portrait version of the journal, so you can pick which design you prefer!
Here Are The Four Page Designs:
How Do You Use the Journal to Best Effect?
Every day, open it up and fill out one of each page layout:
Morning Routine: What do you need to do to start your day off right?
Today’s Tasks: Put the most important task at the top, and list out what else needs to get done.
Night Routine: How can you wind down your day in a way that will lead to a great night’s sleep?
Self Care & Gratitude: What self care activity or two did you do for yourself today? What happened today that you are most grateful for?
How Many Pages Are in the Journal?
Full Journal: Each section has a month’s worth of pages (31). Add more as you go along or re-download the blank journal at the beginning of each month.
Simple Journal: Each section only has 1 page. Add a new page each day. A week of pages each Sunday. Your favorite number of pages whenever you need to replenish the section. Whatever you prefer.
Each section has a hyperlinked cover page, so you can easily move between each section of the journal using the icons at the bottom of each page.
And don't worry, two video tutorials are included in the course. One shows you how to navigate the journals in the PDF annotator apps Good Notes 4 and Notes Writer, while the other shows you how to add as many journal pages as you'd like using these applications. It's easy!
Rather print out the journal and write in it with your favorite pens or markers?
Not a problem! Print out how much or little of the journal you want and start getting into your new routine!
I realize that times are financially tough right now, so this journal is available for just $3.99.
Replenish the sections for months and years to come. No need to buy a new journal since the pages won’t run out.
Finish 2020 off by finding the routines that work best for you.
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I'm an English Studies PhD candidate working on my dissertation on children's and young adult literature, their new media adaptations, and pedagogy. I've taught undergraduate courses in children's literature, young adult literature, and composition. I currently blog about teaching tips, tools, and resources for new college instructors on my website, www.evereducating.com/blog. I also post YouTube videos with teaching-related tips on my channel, Ever Educating.