Blank Schedule Templates

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What is a Blank Schedule

A blank schedule is a time management tool that allows you to keep track of the tasks and activities you have at hand. With a schedule, tasks can be realistically achieved with the allotted time. When done right, a blank schedule can provide you balance with the time you have for family, friends, activities, and responsibilities.  

How to Create a Blank Schedule

Without proper scheduling, your day will be unproductive. Whether you are at home planning on doing the chores or you are at work performing your duties and responsibilities. As stated on the Contemporary Office Handbook by P.M. Saleem, a person gets interrupted every 8 minutes, or about 7 times per hour, or 50-60 times every day. Getting sidetracked could compromise the time you've set aside for a certain task. To avoid doing so, a blank schedule is appropriate. Here are simple steps to making a tailored schedule for you:

1. Give it a Purpose

This document can be created for numerous reasons. You can create a cleaning, workout, work, shooting, media, employee, class, or job schedule. Giving your blank schedule a purpose will allow you to align it to your goals. By giving it purpose, it will be harder for you to procrastinate. 

2. Scheme Activities

Take note of the tasks and activities for your blank schedule. Create a checklist or place on a separate sheet of paper the items you wish to achieve. The items you've listed can be on an hourly, daily, weekly, or monthly basis. Organize tasks according to your prioritization. Listing items cannot be done in one sitting. You can take notes of items throughout your day. When scheming activities, make sure to include even the smallest task so that nothing falls through cracks. 

3. Plot Time

When plotting time for each task, it needs to always have a start and end time to keep your simple schedule organized. Estimate how long will the task take to achieve. Established time needs to be realistic and reasonable. Make sure the time is appropriate for a certain activity. High-priority tasks need to be allocated during the time in which you are most productive. Also, do not forget to provide intervals in your scheduling for relaxation. 

4. Construct a Timetable

Humans lean more to visuals. So, for a blank schedule to be more efficient, construct a timetable or chart. This way, it will be easier for you to stick to your time and mark off tasks. You can utilize ready-made blank schedule templates above that are easy to use and fully customizable to suit your schedule. By downloading any of the templates, you'll get to save time creating one from scratch. 

5. Keep it Updated

As the world keeps revolving and rotating, your schedule also changes. Keep your printable schedule updated by making necessary changes. You can tweak your schedule template and add more items or change the allocated time to make it work for you. Changes can be made regularly. However, a schedule for routine tasks may not necessarily need changes.