Yesterday was the first day of my last year of school (well … until I decide to get my masters). What. Even. I can’t believe it.
In less than 12 months, if all goes according to plan, I’m going to be a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist.
With the whole back-to-school thing comes, well, back-to-responsibility. Back-to-homework. Back-to-planning. One thing that takes a lot of the pain of getting back to all those things is a pretty printable or two to help me plan without making me feel like I’m being – yuck – a responsible adult.
You know, something nice and colorful. Maybe with a bit of pep (I like pep).
I designed this day planner for my baby sister who recently headed off to college. Sigh. They grow up so fast. She went with a mint theme for her dorm, and it’s safe to say I went overboard. I bought her all-mint errythang, and ended up designing this (yes, mint, of course) day planner for her so she’d be able to plan out her time. Turns out, that’s lucky for you!
Click this link to be taken to a download page for the day planner printable. There’s a ZIP file that contains both a full page version and half-page version. They’re free for personal use, just don’t distribute them, share them without linking to this page, or any of that funny business. Don’t make it awkward.
Personally, I like the half-sheet version of this day planner better. The full sheet is too big and is a bit of a waste of paper, in my opinion. The half sheet is the perfect size for organizing your to do list, writing out some goals, and even having a little bit of extra room to doodle. I’m all for doodling.
What are your best back-to-school tips? Let me know below!