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Free Printable 18-Hour Daily Schedule Form

posted by Hollie on February 17, 2010 | print article | e-mail to a friend
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  • mariel

    heow po……..

  • Trisha Giorgio

    like that

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  • http://www.ichoosechange.com Jennifer

    Thank you so much!  I love this!

  • Gerry Gouthro

    worked well for us; can we buy in reams of 500

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Tristan-Goode/100000090071399 Tristan Goode

       Put it in a picture frame with glass pane. With the use of dry erase markers you have an easily accessible and infinitely reusable list!

      • Bella Donna

        Tristan, this was the singlehandedly most genius thing I’ve read on the internet. Great idea!

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  • Dell Fagg

    Thank you this is excellent.  Kindest regards

  • Evelyn

    Love the happy vibe from this!

  • Amy

    LOVE THIS!  This is exactly what I was searching for on google.  Thanks!  And I second the post that asks if we can buy them?  A pad of these on my desk would be perfect.

  • izyani

    i love most of ur designs. my frens do to each time i share on fb. keep up the good work. and btw, merry christmas! *hugs*

  • Cathy

    This exactly what I needed! Thank you so much!

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  • abanks

    Save the earth and space:) Laminate and reuse it with a wet or dry erase  marker.  I prefer wet erase because it doesn’t come off so easily but it does tend to leave stains over time but with the free printable you can afford to have several laminated at a time and toss when they get too stained:)

    • Jess

      I do that! But I use a sheet protector and put it a binder.

    • OilJunkie

      If you use a little essential oil (I usually use lemon) on a cotton pad, everything wet erase, or even permanent marker comes off w/o leaving a stain. Just a little fun fact.

      • Nicola27

        I use alcohol (often a prep pad is enough) to remove permanent ink, like when I smudged writing on something with a Sharpie.

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  • Sharetie

    hi Hollie loved your form will definitely use it thanks.  I have an organizing blog at http://routinehabit.com and would love to see you there some time. Again thanks for sharing and greetings from down under

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  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1547172771 Stacey Schwartz

    Just what I have been looking for & colorful to boot!  Thank You!

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  • Marshmalo

    Thanks so much for writing all of the excellent
    information! Looking forward to checking out more posts!

  • bev

    Thank you so much for the beautiful printable! You are awesome!

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  • Audra

    Just wanted you to know that I use this list *all* the time! I usually try to print 5 on Monday mornings, so that I have them ready for the whole week. I don’t know what it is about this particular format, but it *works* for me! Thank you so much for sharing!

  • patricia Trujillo-Stanley

    Perfect for planning our Disney trip hour by hour!!!

  • http://twitter.com/LisaJoyThompson Lisa Thompson

    I absolutely love this printable, but wish you had one that started at 4:30am and went to 10pm. I’m really trying to get stuff done early in the day! Oh well…I’ll continue to right above the 6am! :) Thanks!

  • desboi

    Ah so NICE, thanks!

  • http://www.facebook.com/enigmalea Amber Whitlock

    I wish someone somewhere would offer something like this where we could fill in our own times. I work 3rd shift and it’s nearly impossible to find something already made up for our odd schedules.

    • Holly

      Or ones with no times at all. How do I know what time I’ll hit each errand in a string of errands? Just leave the dots blank, maybe?

  • aqiana

    Thank you so much. I love it :)

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  • Shannon {Cozy Country Living}

    Thank you so much! I think these are just wonderful:) I am sharing these forms with my readers. These are wonderful forms that can help anyone to get started organizing their home and schedule!

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  • http://twitter.com/jhckstp jhckstp

    Why not just use a smartphone or computer? Even Google has a free calendar that can email or text you reminders.

  • http://www.CuteBagsForFree.com Julia Slike

    I love the colors of this FREE daily to do printable. As a mamapreneur it’s so important to make CONTACTS daily this reminds me to do it!

  • Vince Siau

    Thanks ,really awesome!

  • annawhocropsalot

    This is great! Thanks so much!

  • http://www.aussiecleanteam.co.uk/ Timmathy Griffin

    Fantastic job! Have to express my thanks to The Country Chic Cottage for linking to this post here. This list will fit me perfectly, considering how often I forget chores and appointments. Thank you for the link.

  • Kalia Williams

    this helped me so much i remembered everything i needed to do
    thx so much <3

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