Unschedule - Daily - Procrastination

You can use this as an ordinary Day Keeper, but it's meant to be an "Unschedule". Unscheduling a week per page isn't enough room for me. Includes check-boxes and room for notes.

Paper size: 
Classic (5.5 x 8.5)
Usage advice: 

To use this as an Unschedule:

* If you have an important project that you've been procrastinating, schedule in *everything but* that project first, including breaks, meals, and so on. This will give you a realistic idea of how much time you actually have available.

* Once you've done the above, you can use the available time to work.

* Record your work on the project. Total it up at the end of each day.


* Concentrate on *starting*. The sooner you do that, the better you'll feel. The first fifteen minutes or so is always the hardest. Just push through it.

* Schedule lots of breaks.

* Don't schedule in any work blocks until you've actually done your first one.

* I recommend using this along with a "Habit Tracker," where you can record your consistent usage of the unschedule, and your daily amount of work. This helps give the kind of overview you get from a weekly unschedule. Also, it's very motivating.

* Read The Now Habit by Neil Fiore.

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great template

Thanks for the template, I have been using it since a week and find it very useful.
One error on the template, there is an type 12am instead of 12pm.
Thanks again for uploading this.