MINIMALISM : how to plan your week | minimalist to-do list

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remember the how to plan your day video we made a while back ?
here’s part 2 – how to plan your week !

me and david have a very special way of organising our weeks in a way that makes them feel productive, but still relaxing and fun. we don’t always suceed in sticking to our list, and we do get stressed an overwhelmed too sometimes of course, but this way of staying organised has helped us a lot when it comes to looking forward to the week ahead.

thanks to this list, i always look forward to monday morning when it’s time to plan for yet another 7 days.

what do you think of our list ?
tell me in the comments if you have any tips of your own, i love me some good organisation inspiration !

love // jenny

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in these pics :
DIY minimalist calendar
DIY budget dining table / desk
scissors*, staplers*, and tape holder* from bloomingville

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  1. I’m pretty bad at planning so i LOVE this sort of videos. And i also love your current hairstyle and the pink make-up tones you wear. Keep up the good work!

  2. Lovely! So much of what you do could have been taken straight from my Coaching practice. We really have a rather similar approach to some things :-)

  3. This sounds so wonderful – Would love to try something similar, but for my family. :)
    Could you comment what the word/phrase is that you were translating for your “fine culture” night? I’m curious. I love learning words in other languages that don’t really translate to anything in English!

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