Birgit Kuester June 30, 2021 Planner
All physical objects have an associated thought template. The physical representation of this template is in the form of a schematic, a drawing, or an action plan, but the origin of the template is in thought. The function of the schematic is simply to help you remember the thought template! A skilled technician, artist, or planner, if he or she works with the thing long enough, can eventually manifest that template without aid of the schematic. When you lose that template of thought, even if you have the schematic, you lose the knowledge that enabled you to build it. A blueprint for a house, for example, is incomprehensible to someone who does not know how to read blueprints! That is because the thought template that created the blueprint is absent.
Time is the self-proclaiming constant in any project. Resources, schedules, even requirements can change but no one can manipulate time. And, from my own experience I can attest that "rushing against time" never works. Time always wins that race! This is why "planning" is your trump card. Knowing and understanding your plan and everything you have to do at all times will give you the leverage you need to shift gears at any moment. Schedule your various tasks with enough time to comfortably finish each task properly and adequately. Your motto should be to "do it right the first time and forget it."
Make sure you keep your organizer in a place where you can easily see it and get to it throughout your day. If you are going somewhere take it with you. I keep mine on the dining table. I work nearby so I just go over to it to get back on track. Build it slowly. Rome was not built in a day. Whether you have opted for a pre-made weekly planner, a binder you are filling in with templates or an electronic time management piece work on filling it in a little at a time. Set aside some time each day to prepare a section or a page. Spend no more than 30 minutes a day on it or you may get overwhelmed and tired. If you are working on your cleaning lists build them when you clean a room. That way you will know what cleaning details you will need to list. Do one room at a time.
Now you have the quantity of days and the season, have a look at the calendar and begin planning which days particularly you need to spend camping. Block those days out on a calendar. Now you have to appraise what you want to do to be ready to spend that time camping. If you are going to be gone for a week, what must you do before being ready to be gone for that week? Think about the "must do" items only write them down, and then schedule the required time for those activities. This could be a simplified example, but you can notice how much more incenticized you are to schedule other jobs when you first arrange your fave activities. You are galvanized because there is a reward of the Big Benefit of resource allocation. Happiness!
I have put together a family organizer that helps me keep track of my family`s activities from week to week. This organizer makes it easy to keep track of almost anything. One day I was looking at the ready-made templates that came with my word processing program, and I noticed there were many home-related templates already made up for me to use for my organizer. There was a monthly calendar and a weekly menu planner and grocery shopping list. I made a calendar for every month of the year to write important dates to remember, and printed out enough weekly menu planners to last a month or two.
If you have recently lost a loved one and are responsible for making funeral and burial arrangements, you have quickly realized that you have at lot to do in a short amount of time. Even though you have several tasks that need to get accomplished, you should take some time to collect your thoughts and get organized. Here is some helpful information to help you get organized and get started planning a funeral or memorial service.