Here are two pdf files to download:
My daily planner page
Blank daily planner page
So lets take a little tour to see how it all works.
There is something so grounding about recording the date and the day. I think this is especially important for people who operate outside of a structured system, like a job or school.
Confession time: I really like to check things off a list. It is so satisfying This is my daily list. Things I do every day. There are homekeeping, business, and blogging items to check off.
The blank line after blog, project and dinner allow me to put in a reminder of what I planned to do for each of those things.
Projects are an easy way to break down and categorize all the many things that I do. A project could be going through the children's clothing for a garage sale, updating the graphics on the website, or working on a new piece for my Etsy shop.
The top three are the three most important things that I want to get done in a day. If I get nothing else done I get these three things done. This really lets me to feel productive and gives me a tool to prioritize the to do list.
The "To Do" list is a place to write down all those things, well, to do.
The appointments section helps me keep track where everyone needs to be. Often it will contain meetings, sporting events, and parties. I also use it to remember online events like Twitter parties and link ups.
I hope that this daily planner page will help you as much as it has helped me.