page to add the types of things you’ll be spending time on. Think in terms of larger categories of work. The Activity Type page already has some examples. If you want to add more, just click ‘+ New Row’ at the bottom of the table. It’s important to think of your superset of activities, so you can see how all of your plans in sum might make more or less doable.
page to add items you want to do. I found it handy to scratch things out on a note pad by hand before adding to this table. You’ll want to make sure to classify each activity into one of the categories above and set a date on which you think you’ll accomplish the activity.
A few notes on this page:
The table is automatically sorted by date, so when you start assigning dates, you might see it auto-sort your rows for you!
page to see how you’ve stacked your days with activities. Are you trying to watch 3 movies in the same day (noble, but maybe you want to save a movie for later) you want to workout, purge your closet and cook a nine-course meal? That might . . . not be possible!
Simply drag an activity between dates to automatically update the date in the calendar and your original table.
You can open any event from the calendar view to mark it as “done,” or you can use the