Plan is essentially a digital planner where todos and events are drag/drop, so it’s convenient and easy to make adjustments.
i swear this isn’t sponsored, although it sounds like it ha. i love this site. the app is in beta though, so you have to be on a computer to use it.edit: there is now an app!!!!
there’s a daily, weekly, and monthly view, but I use the daily view most.
you can sync with your Google calendar so all your events are already on the calendar.
every day, after i settle in at my study space, i open Plan
i add my todos / school assignments in the task bar at the top of the daily view.
then, on the timetable, i click to add events for pre-scheduled dinner time, preparing for sleep, etc.
from there, i drag and drop in my assignments into the timetable where I have free time.
adjust assignment times. for e.g., my bio review packet might take 45 minutes while french hw might take 15 minutes.
i move assignments around until nothing overlaps, and –
don’t forget to schedule breaks! i just leave some spaces empty on the timetable.
when you finish an assignment, you can click the check and IT CROSSES OUT and i feel a c c o m p l i s h e d !!
also it’s so much much much much easier than physically writing it down, because everything is drag/drop and adjustable. say, if I take 30 minutes longer than expected on an essay, I can push everything else back by 30 minutes and still be able to have everything in order.
ALSO!!! at the end of the day, i can look back to see what i’ve accomplished that day. it’s a great feeling honestly
20/8/16 1:15 PM // writing essays and bullet journaling at starbucks while waiting for my music theory lesson to start. just did an SAT practice test. will go to a friend’s house this evening to work on a project for a school event. p.s. will answer asks soon 😁