A lot of you are probably thinking that this is a weird post to do but if you happen to be anything like I was then you may find this helpful. Now, I'm still not perfect at keeping organised but I try, I have to say that the amount of times I have double booked a day have minimised now thanks to my little organisation board.
I got this half whiteboard half pin board from staples a couple of months ago and I am finding it super handy. It even has a little pen holder on it! Please note that some things on the whiteboard part (work & to do) are made up for demonstration purposes. I have been pretty good at getting all my jobs done recently.
(Sorry about the rubbish lighting, it was dark when I took the pictures)
On the whiteboard side I have split it into three sections, college, work and to do. I find it really useful that way because everything is clear and not all mixed together so I don't miss doing assignments or extra hours at work ectt.. On the college side I tend to put the assignments I have left to complete. On the work side I put in any extra hours I am working. Obviously the 'To Do' section is where I put jobs that need doing or places I need to go to.
On the pin board section I keep a tissue pinned to it for wiping things off the whiteboard side, super handy, a long with extra pins. The piece of paper on the left is where I write down what online orders I am waiting for so I don't forget. The one on the right is my little blogging schedule, I am obsessed with writing lists and things so I quite like writing out posts I want to do each week. I also have a couple of pictures of my boyfriend and a fortune from a fortune cookie. The notebook hanging from the bottom is used for replacing the two bits stuck on the board already. If I am ever wondering what to blog about or what jobs need doing on any day I can literally look at this board and it tells me everything. I am so obsessed with lists that I have a blog book which is always kept neat and organised so if anyone wants to see how I do that then let me know in the comments.
I hope someone, somewhere found this the slightest bit useful.