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Getting shit done in November – free daily planner

It’s November and I’m ready to make this month the most productive I can. Uni is quite rough this semester (and it even has just started) and planning my week ahead is what helps me to succeed.

Every Sunday I have a look at my calendar to see what is happening the upcoming week. I love to preciously plan out my days about two days in advance. Scheduling uni, appointments, blog work, workouts, when I have time to eat and figuring out how much I have to meal prep. It helps me to use my time available as productive as possible.

Setting myself daily goals helps me to stay motivated. Short-term goals are great to keep you going because you are able to reach them on a daily basis. But I also like to have some long-term (monthly) goals on my daily list to remind me what I am doing this for.

In the evening, I like to think about my day, what I have achieved and write down what I am grateful for. With such positive things in mind, falling asleep is so much easier!

I hope you like my November daily planner sheet. Feel free to download it and use it on your phone, tablet or computer or print it out and make your own notebook and calendar in one.

If you like the idea of new monthly planners, I will provide you with one every month. I’d love to hear your thoughts about planning your days ahead and some feedback about the printable! 

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  1. Excited to download this! I am a huge planner myself and couldn’t live without my dayplanner. It’s actually more freeing to have a bit of that structure.

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      Sounds like we are very much alike when it comes to planning. Thank you for downloading! 🙂

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