If you do, you are in luck!
This particular template can be edited in either Powerpoint or Google Slides, so feel free to type in what you like on the page. You could even have a file of monthly things you always have to do already saved. I am all about saving time whenever possible.
Prefer old school? Copy, cut out, and use to jot a note down for some of things you have to do today (and you know you will add to it as the day goes on – you always do with the constant schedule changes).
Another idea is to print these off on cardstock, laminate, hole punch in one corner, and use sharpie or wet erase markers for a reusable list (saving on the copies)!
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As a side note, I mentioned on the Facebook fan page about how I use nail polish remover to get Sharpie off anything laminated, and was also informed that following items also work: hairspray, rubbing alcohol, Mr. Clean Magic Erasers, toothpaste (on a wood surface), expo cleaner, Germ X, or using a dry erase marker to color over it first then wiping it off.
Whew! Thanks for all the tips from the fans – I would have never guessed!
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