Free Time Management Charts

The following Free time management charts are used to list all your tasks in different time spans .They enable you to see all your tasks on one page in different time ranges: monthly, weekly and daily. A good use of these charts is to create a monthly time management chart. Use it every week as a base for creating a weekly time management chart and every day make a daily time management chart. You can print these Free time management charts and then fill in the relevant data. Let’s go over each one of them.

Monthly time management activities.
This chart describes your monthly activities. Every column represents another day of the week and every row represents another week.
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3 Months Chart.
This chart describes your activities in three months. Every column represents another day of the week and every row represents another week.
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Monthly time management activities.
This chart describes your monthly activities. Every column represents another day of the week and every row represents another week.
Download Monthly time management activities PDF.

Weekly time management activities
This chart describes your weekly activities. Every column represents another day of the week and every row represents another hour of the day. Print the chart every week and insert the tasks you plan to do during that week.
Download Weekly time management activities PDF.

Daily time management activities
This chart describes your daily activities. Every row represents another hour. Fill in each task you plan to do during the day. Carry this chart with you during the day. If you work at your desktop, put it on the table or hang it on the wall in front of you. If there is an important task, you can write it in another color.
Download Daily time management activities PDF.

Another useful daily chart contains a left section where you can make a list all your tasks and a right section where each raw represented another hour (actually half an hour). The best way to use this chart is the following: First make a list on the right side of the page with all your tasks. Then allocate time to each task by writing it in the correct raw on the right side.
Download Daily time management activities with tasks list PDF.

Daily time management activities with priority matrix.
Another useful chart is a daily time management activities combined with a priority matrix . This chart guides you in writing your daily tasks while dividing the tasks to different quarters of the priority matrix. Each task is categorized as one of the following: urgent and important, urgent and not important, not urgent and important, not urgent and not important.
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