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3 Free Printable To Do Lists to Jumpstart Your Productivity

The key to making a to do list work for you is finding one that fits your life.  Today I have three free to do lists to share with you – each for different personalities, projects, and home/work life.

The first is a simple to do list.  If all you need is some bright colors and a place to jot down your to do’s and get you ready to start working, this simple to do list is for you.

simple to do list 

Work all day, but thinking about what you have to do at home when you’re at work?  Write your home and work to-do’s on this handy to do list.  Just getting a must-do off your mind and on paper can help move you forward and help your productivity.

Home + Work To Do Lists 

Lots of things to remember and need one place to write it all down?  Try ‘the list’ – start by writing your top three must-do’s at the top and then use the three boxes to break up three categories of to do’s.  You could write all the things you want to get done in a week on the page or all the things you want to get done this year.  It’s up to you to, but hopefully this cute list will help jumpstart your productivity.

The List

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Comments

  1. Thanks for these – they look great – i love to break my lists down into different groups and contexts

  2. These are great! Thanks so much for sharing!! :)

  3. Elizabeth R. says:

    What font did you use on the simple to do list?! It’s so cute! Thanks for sharing…

  4. Hi Becky,

    I shared your to-do list in a roundup of Cute & Colorful to-do lists on my blog (link above). I hope that’s ok! If not, just let me know!

  5. Love the printables…but occassionally I like to type up my lists using Word. Is there anyway to add my lists onto your printables online for printing?
    Thanks for sharing. They are GREAT!

  6. Absolutely love these! I use the first one all of the time – the bright colours really cheer up my day and make even the most mundane list of “to-dos” do-able! xx

  7. i love these i put the simple list in a plastic clear paper holder (the ones you use for projects) and hung it on the fridge with a erasable marker. Things that need to be done (usually dishes, vacuuming and occasional scrubbing of the molding bathroom) goes there instead of my parents thinking i don’t do anything they ask and being yelled at because they are never home. Put your expectations on it in the morning before packing your teens on the bus and watch as their budding independence bloom as you come home to a vacuumed rug and clean dishes. (results my very)

    ~Sincerely a neat freak 17 year old who is fed up with her parents inability to notice anything she has done.

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