Scheduling (Notepad set)

Need to plan your day? Want to check that you’re using your time effectively? This box set helps you plan your days, track what you’re spending time on, and schedule tasks around meetings.

 

Notepads in The Scheduling boxset

Walk

Run

Week Overview

PaperThink

Zeno’s scheduler

 

Walk

The walk planner lets you schedule your time in two hour block, colour coded to help you work out when you have the most energy in the day. If you’re a morning person, don’t try to do much after 9pm.

 

Run

The run planner is for days where you need to get lots done, but in order to do it effectively, you also need to remember to take breaks. Schedule what you’re going to do during each 5-10 minute break to get away from your desk so that you don’t just end up browsing social media.

 

Week overview

This notepad helps you get an overview of your week and plan ahead. The notepad organises your days into named parts of the day, morning, early, late, afternoon .etc. Different people divide up the day at different times so this makes it easier to jot down events that are still a bit up in the air.

 

PaperThink

Don’t look at your to do list first thing in the morning. You’ll spend half an hour trying to work out what to do next and end up with decision fatigue before your coffee has cooled. Write yourself a daily priority list every night before you go to sleep so that you know what you need to do the next day. You can still keep the scary to do list, just don’t look at it first thing in the morning…

 

Zeno’s scheduler

In the morning you’re fresh and have the most energy for tackling complex tasks. As the day goes on you start to tire our, get bored easily, and procrastinate. So it makes sense to get the tasks that require long period of sustained concentration out of the way first, and then schedule tasks that get shorter and shorter as the day progresses. We took inspiration from Zeno’s paradox with this one.