On Monday morning, most of us can’t wait for Friday to come around. But once the weekend arrives, you will have wanted the week to have been productive. The key is to make a plan. This is how to plan your week with intention:
The Six-Step Week Plan That’ll Help You Get Your Life Together
“Modern life is so busy it’s easy to feel like you’re trying to keep up all the time, rather than being in charge and living life to the fullest. Between work and socializing, finding time to relax and get ahead may seem impossible.
And that often means important (but less interesting) jobs get ignored, like making healthy food, exercising and spending time on hobbies. Imagine how amazing it would be to have your full week planned, with scheduled times to do all of those things you normally miss out on. So it’s time for a change, and if you follow our tips, you could find yourself, happier, calmer and spending time doing the things that are really important in life.”
How I Plan My Week (& How To Plan Yours!)
“Seeing that it’s Sunday and I am set on staying in my bed in my PJs for as long as possible today, I thought it would be the perfect time to write to you about my Sunday ritual for planning my week.
You know what they say… ‘A Sunday well spent brings a week of content’. And I agree! Just an hour or so spent on Sunday can really change the course of your week.
Why do I believe so much in ‘planning your week’?
Because we all have a LOT on our plates and so much that we try to get done each week, and planning helps us to evaluate what really matters to us, what we actually physically have time for, and enables us to plan our week with intention. When we don’t plan, we tend to let important things fall through the cracks or we just bounce around from task to task without really taking ownership of our time and spending it in a way we value.”
6 Steps to Plan Your Week
“When it comes to organizing your week, I’m sure it feels like the weeks fly by so quickly that you can’t help but ask yourself, ‘What did I do last week?’ Or, ‘Where did the time go?’ Life seems to get the best of us and soon, before we know it, we’ll be 70 years old and wondering what we have accomplished. We may not feel that time is slipping away, but once we reflect on our memories we tend to appreciate time just a little more.”