Problem: most weekly planners either have days with a timed schedule, or open space for lists and notes. But what if you want space for your daily schedule AND daily tasks?
Solution! The Trinote weekly planner has timed daily columns AND space every day for your to-do lists and notes!
I have to admit, the Trinote is my long-time favorite planner because it has a week view with daily schedules plus space for my daily task lists. I can write my schedule, and write each day’s tasks in their own space. I don’t have to artificially assign times to tasks or worry about needing to write something in that space later.
If I have tasks that need to be done at a specific time of day (like first thing in the morning or before an event) I write them in the schedule space at the time they need to be done.
Otherwise daily tasks go in their own space. If for some reason a task doesn’t get done that day, I just arrow it over to the next day. No rewriting day to day!
Tasks that need to be done sometime during the week but don’t need to be done on a specific day go in the weekly dashboard. I love the categorized lists that allow me to organize my tasks as I write them!
The Trinote allows me to see each day’s schedule, each day’s tasks, and other tasks I need to do sometime during the week, all in one view. This lets me budget my time throughout the week and ensures nothing slips through the cracks.
For more on how I use my Trinote planner to organize my schedule and tasks, you can see this post.
For more information about the Trinote planner including where to buy, click here.
The Trinote’s page size measures 7 by 9 3/8 inches which gives you a generous page size, but the book is still slim and portable. No more lugging around a heavy, bulky planner!
Both the Trinote and Prenote come with a selection of soft refillable covers in a variety of colors and materials.
Find these and all our planners at QuoVadisPlanners.com!