Time Management Tool: Priority Matrix Notepad to organize your To Do List
If you’ve ever used a priority matrix to help you sort your to-do list, you know what an effective method it is. Sadly, most of the templates I’ve been able to find are sooo utilitarian. If you’re like me, you’re way more likely to actually use a functional tool if it makes you smile when you take it out of your drawer. Why can’t a priority matrix be useful AND gorgeous at the same time? Enter the All Handled Priority Matrix Note Pad. I added one of my favorite quotes from David Allen, author of the time-management classic “Getting Things Done,” --“You can do anything, but you can’t do everything” – to inspire you to consider what you can release in order to make time for what you most want to be doing.
Each pad is composed of 30 sheets of thick, smooth, easy-to-write-on 5.5" by 8.5" paper.
Do you find yourself frustrated by pads that have a cute design, but flimsy paper that tears easily, or your writing leaves an impression on the next page -- or even bleeds through? This pad is made of extra-thick, super luxurious, phenomenally smooth 32 pound (118 gsm) paper. The paper is designed for optimal printing, which turns out to also mean that it offers an effortless writing experience for your favorite pencil, ball point, roller ball or felt tip. If you're a fan of Paper Mate Flair pens, you'll love the crisp edges your pen strokes hold with this paper. If -- like me -- you find yourself erasing and rewriting as you go, I highly recommend a Pilot Frixion pen in blue ink (the black leaves a bit more of a ghost behind after erasing).