Love traveling light? Love to check things off your list with an actual pen and not do everything on your phone?
There’s a website I just found that has fabulous printables to help you do just that. More in a sec.
A while ago I was listening to a podcast and the guest was explaining her organizer and what I pictured in my head turned out to be not at all what she actually meant, but it gave me the idea of making weekly to-do lists in the form of a mini-book, folded up from a single sheet of paper.
I learned how to make them from Caroline Syrup (aka Caro Griffin) at http://carolinesyrup.com though I’m not sure if it’s still up on her site.
My students used the mini-book format to make charming little books to leave for others to find as a random act of kindness. Here’s one:
Aren’t my students the best?
Here’s my little fold-up weekly to-do list, with a spot to write the list of phone calls I need to make:
Cool, right? Well the folks at PocketMod.com have taken this to a whole new level! (and it’s free!)
They’ve got pretty, formatted little pages, here’s a sample of the choices:
and you get to select what you want on each page and organize them however you like and then print it out!
I made this page to show lots of variety – there’s a knitting page, a food diary page, to-do, wish list, checkbook, wish list and emergency contact info. You could of course make a booklet entirely on one theme.
They even have a video on how to fold these up, if you don’t know already.
I hope you’re as nerdily excited about this as I am!