Stay Home | Organise your quarantine routine with my free printable planners
Updated: May 9, 2020
With the extension of the quarantine and social distancing, we have to learn how to cope with our new routines or the lack of a routine staying at home. Sometimes it can be very challenging to plan your day with purpose and avoid getting bored all the time or avoid letting our tasks feels like a burden to us.
We don't need to be productive all the time and we don't need to force ourselves to have a good day everyday, we need to embrace our feelings and understand that it is ok to feel down sometimes... we are under a pandemic and life is getting difficult for many. What we need to do is try to help ourselves to go through this hard time in a smooth way. There are lots of things to do to plan your time in a more positive manner. You can learn new skills, catch up on that Skillshare course you didn't finish watching, try a new hobby, read a book, exercise, plan your meals for the week, call your friends/family, help a neighbour and more. For all those tasks and activities, I've designed some planners to help everyone that likes to organise their lives writing things down on paper, yes, like the good old days. I believe that lists, planners, or organisers can be super helpful to assist us in completing our tasks and also to get a sense of accomplishment once you see everything you achieved daily, weekly and so on. I hope these planners can help you keep motivated and that the habit of writing down your goals, tasks and to do lists continue after quarantine is over.
You can download and print at home. There are 8 templates that include daily and weekly organisers, a message to share with neighbours who need help, and also a big thank you to all delivery professionals(that you can attach to your front door/entrance), who are helping to decrease our need to go outside.
You can download it on the link below and print at home 🏠. Hope you like it and let me know if they are helpful to you! Download planners in English
Take care, Agatha Vieira.