30+ To Do Lists To Help You Get Organized
I had several of these already listed on the assorted printables page and it’s time now to give them their own spot here on Tipnut. You’ll surely find something to fit the job perfectly in this collection, some of the lists are simple while others are loaded with colors and features. Lots to choose from and I’ll be adding more as I find them, enjoy!
Mom On The Go: Full page (weekly), pretty design with columns for each day of the week and a light flowery touch.
Short Term Memory Loss Prevent Device: Prints 3 per page and features a cute elephant at the top of the page.
Butterfly Notepads: Lovely design, prints two per page (each with a butterfly in different colors) and has space to note the date.
Laundry List of To Do’s & Itinerary: Two different forms to download (via pdf), each organized by errands (errands, chores, calls).
I Heart Lists: Prints two per page, simple design with a check box for each line.
Two Designs To Choose: One is a “Do One Thing” list and that other is a task list, each print 3 sheets per page.
Ta-Da List: Simple yet lovely design with two check box options: “Done” and “Do Later”. Prints two/page and has space to mark the date (top right corner).
Check It Baby: Two different versions available (one color, one black & white), each line has a blank box to check as you work through the list.
Clever: Each month and numbers 1 – 31 are across the top, circle them to note the date. Sheets are lined with check boxes, four different colors available.
Making The Most Of Today: Prints two per sheet, each list has 5 sections (motivation, must do, hoping to, note to self, sometime this week).
This & That: A full page design with decorative boxes for “To Do Now”, “Phone Calls”, “Emails”, “This”, “That” and “To Do Later”.
Editable (pdf): Prints one per page and you can type your notes directly on the list before printing.
Note To Self: Cute & colorful cards to print on cardstock (2 per page), has little check boxes along the bottom for “I Got It”, “Do Now”, “Postpone” and “Flush Away”.
Notepad: Prints two per page (via pdf) and gives directions how to assemble into a notepad using clothespins, glue and chipboard.
Notepad Project: Shows how to make a hanging pad by punching holes at the top for a cord or ribbon.