If you feel like your to do list is only getting longer and you’re not sure which task to do first, you’re going to find these free printable priority planner stickers helpful.
Jot down the M.I.T. for that day in the white space on the sticker.
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I’ve created both Sunday and Monday week start versions for the stickers – so you can use them with any type of planner. They are sized at 1.5″ wide x 1.9″ high (the same size as the Erin Condren Vertical Life Planner), but can be used with any planner. I keep mine in the sidebar of the weekly spread in my planner.
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To make stickers:
2. Cut out the stickers using scissors, a paper trimmer or what I personally use, a guillotine (I cut 5 sticker sheets at once)
3. Peel and stick!
If you run out of stickers just print another sheet… or 10 ?
Printable planner stickers are for your personal use only.
Tips for making planner stickers
- How to Choose a Printer (Including the best printer for printing printables and planner stickers)
- 4 Tools for cutting printable planner stickers (and my favorite method)
- How to make your own custom Erin Condren (or any planner) header title section planner stickers (step by step video tutorial)
- Best Paper for Printing Printables
Tips for organizing your tasks
- 50 Tips for writing a better to do list that will make you more productive
- 20 Productivity & Time Management ‘Rules’ I Live By
- 15 Productive Things You Can Do In 15 Minutes or Less
- Using a planner key and symbols to code your planner (efficient planning methods)
- 6 Useful ways to efficiently plan your week using highlighters