1. Make a daily chore sheet that can be moved from day to day. You can also include things that need done sometime during the week.
2. Use a post-it note that you move from day to day.
3. Create an insert for pouch page finder and use dry erase markers to mark your tasks as you complete them. Erase the marks in the evening or the next morning and start fresh.
4. Create an insert for your pouch finder that you can pull out and mark tasks off as they’re completed.
5. Keep a list in a separate section of your planner.
6. Use a section of your planner for daily tasks and re-write them daily. This is my personal preference.
7. Create a custom daily page that incorporates your daily tasks on the page.
8. If you’re using a week on two pages format, you can draw the daily task chart in the blank section of the pages.
9. You can write the list of dailies directly on your to-do list. Some people would consider that too much trouble, but for others, the act of writing them daily helps them remember to do them.
10. Type out your dailies on a small piece of paper you can insert daily and just throw away when your tasks are completed.
Do you keep track of daily chores in your planner? How do you do it?