Hey again and Happy Luther King Day!
When I started this project, I was thinking to myself, "What did I get myself into?!" Although this 'little' project took me a bit of time (4 hours), I expect the reward to be oh-so worth it. After I received each syllabus for all of the classes I am in, I took all of them week by week and put them all into one compiled list. Because I feel that it will help so much, I thought I might share how I created it so you might create one as well!
Without further ado, here is New Classes: Assignment List Edition!
In Google Sheets, create a spreadsheet from the template called "To-Do List."
Replace "To Do" with "Assignment List," "Date" with "Week," and "Task" With "Assignment."
-Fill in the appropriate school days
-Depending on when your classes are, Fill in MON WED FRI classes in the first row
and TUE THU classes in an added row beneath
- You can also put important test days or due dates in bold to make them stand out a bit more
- Lastly, when printing, make sure to have the layout set on "Landscape" so all information will print out.
- After the semester has started, I have highlighted the portions that I have already accomplished and circled things I need to have done soon.
I like writing Bible verses in places I look at frequently, so here is Romans 12:2!
-BONUS TIP #1-
One little extra tip- These were about $7 at Wal-Mart and they help me out a TON. I use them mostly for my assignments I need to accomplish, things I need to remember and a shopping list with check boxes.
-BONUS TIP #2-
SUPER COOL WEBSITE AND APP!
This is called asana. It is an organization and productivity app that is designed for accomplishing tasks. My friend Abbey told me recently how much it has helped her out with being productive and I have to completely agree. For classes, add new projects on the left hand side and from there, you can add in tasks or assignments needed to get done for them and include due dates if you want! You can also include shopping lists, basic reminders, or honestly anything you need to remember. Check it out!
Have fun with all these organization tools for this semester and good luck!
Until next time,