Friday, January 11, 2013

Cute Toodle Do List

Does anyone else get supreme joy out of rewriting their to-do list? Let me tell you a secret. I {big fat squishy heart} writing things on my to-do list. I even write things just to mark them off. See below:

Toodle do:
1. write toodle do list
2. make cute toddle do list freebie
3. use the word "supreme" 
4. call my sissy
5. do dishes
6. make lunch 

See that?! Halfway done already!

Grab this super cute editable to-do list. You should know that I upload a powerpoint document to enable you to edit the headings to your liking. The good thing is that you can use your favorite font! I know you have one. 

Here is the linky:

Now, I want to know what categories you use on your to-do list (or I am the only one cra cra enough to need categories?) and what your fave font is.

Linking up with FREEBIE FRIDAY:)



  1. I love me a good to-do list, but I just can't seem to go digital with them. Something about crossing them off gives me a sense of accomplishment! I used to have categories, but now I just have separate lists (groceries, other things to buy, chores, etc.)

    And my favorite font in Sketchblock, but it's not good for everything.

    Fifth in the Middle

    1. I am loving that font. I printed this list off. I can't seem to do digital either. I sometimes make lists on the notes in my phone and that works well, since I can't lose it. I was using a cutsie notepad but it was too small. I wanted to try categories, but only for school. At home my lists are EVERYWHERE! If the categories work, maybe I will make one with categories for home too.

  2. I love making to do lists! It makes me feel like I'm a little bit organised, even if I'm really not. Thanks for the freedbie! Your newest follower...

  3. Hi Brandi,
    You just stopped by my blog and I thought I would repay the visit. I just made my Saturday morning list with categories. You are not alone. ;) It is good to meet you.

  4. I love that you write things on your list just to mark them off! I ALWAYS do that! Personal lists, school lists, TPT lists, any list. I add a few things that I recently did and then ceremoniously mark the off to feel accomplished! I thought I was the only one!

    Teaching to Inspire in 5th

  5. I would recommend checking out for an online GTD manager.

    You can use it to manage your goals, projects and tasks, set next actions and contexts, use checklists, and a calendar.
    Syncs with Evernote, and also comes with mobile-web version, and Android and iPhone apps.


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