A while ago, I wrote about something called a Daily Docket, a downloadable PDF I created to organize my day. I no longer personally use it, but many of you still love and use the original DD. Here it is, and here’s a smaller, half-page version I called the Pocket Docket. I have no plans to update these, so you’re welcome to make versions of your own.

Two Better Ideas…

1. I now suggest giving the flexible concept of Bullet Journaling a try — I wrote about my early methods, and it was really helpful. (My favorite tools for creating a BuJo are a colorful Leuchtturm1917 Medium A5 Dotted Hardcover Notebook, paired with a Pilot Frixion Clicker Retractable Erasable Fine Point Pen.

2. If you’d like something with more goal-focused bells and whistles (without unnecessary bloating), I personally now use the Full Focus Planner from Michael Hyatt & Company. It is phenomenal and has really helped up my entrepreneur game. I’m a fan of the Bold line, paired with the same pen mentioned above.

If you’d like to keep in touch with me, I also write a short weekly email called 5 Quick Things, where every Friday I share five things from the week I either created or loved. It can be read in under a minute, pinky-swear:

And as a thank you for welcoming me to your inbox, I’ll also send you a chapter from my latest book, At Home in the World, a travel memoir about the school year my family of five lived out of backpacks and traveled around the world.