*with motivational 'collage' coversheets and unfilled calendars:
*with sample of filled-in calendar - monthly focus:
*notice the 15th and 16th - items I wouldn't write in because they are part of everyday items or on the necessity/practicality to-do list. I have to clean the coop, manage the groceries, water plants, etc. Every room in the house gets a month for deep cleaning etc. (which is all laid out in detail on the 12 Folders link).
3) Tracking and accountability - Monitor on a weekly & quarterly basis against the larger planned goal to make sure nothing has shifted or changed, and that you’re on target. If you aren't meeting your objectives, perhaps you need to adjust your vision or your capabilities.
Wednesday- e-mail, weeding out, backups & creating disks (music)
Thursday- blogging (writing, editing, posting)
Friday- e-mail & PC maintenance (running scans, defrag, etc.), dusting desk & printer, cleaning keyboard, phone, mouse & cell phone
#1 Decide What Your Goals Are - It is important to have an idea of what your goals for your garden are BEFORE you get started.
There are plenty of illuminating and inspiring plans on the web... it's just a matter of time before I figure it all out. Right now it's a little overwhelming.