No Excuses: 20 Free Printable To-Do Lists
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No Excuses: 20 Free Printable To-Do Lists

Is it just us or does every day seem like a battle against the clock? It’s a proven fact that writing down lists increases productivity and helps you break up seemingly huge and impossible tasks into smaller chunks. Try focusing on the top three most important things you need to get done each day and then fit in other, smaller tasks when those priorities have been checked off. We’ve collected some pretty cool to-do apps for your phone, but if you want a good ol’ paper list, feast your eyes on these 20 pretty FREE printables that definitely provide visual motivation to stop the procrastination.

1. Colorful and Geometric: Who would’ve thought a to-do list would actually make us happy? There are so many pretty colors and check boxes here, we can’t wait to get started. (via Design Love Fest)

2. Get Your Priorities Right: Do it for the cupcakes, guys. (via Design Eat Repeat)

3. Let’s Be Honest: Listing off the top three priorities every day is a proven way to be more productive. After that, everything else is just a bonus to be rewarded with cupcakes. (via Every Tuesday)

4. DIY Notebook: Who knew it was so simple to make your own tear-off notepad? This project is way easier than it looks. (via Little House on the Corner)

5. Keep It Classic: Put out everything you need to do during the week so you don’t miss anything important. (via A Pair of Pears)

6. Simply Done: Keep it simple and colorful. And just get it done. (via Design Eat Repeat)

7. Lettered Right: We love all things involving hand lettering and this clean B&W list is uber stylish. (via Amanda)

8. Getting S**t Done: There is a clean version of this list if you’re not motivated by the naughty one. Either way, that colorful floral banner makes us smile. (via Sabrina Alery)

9. Categories Galore: For the list-obsessed, try consolidating all those Post-Its into one well-organized daily planner. (via Love, Flannery)

10. On the Daily: Complete with a mini menu planner, this list just helped your day get much more organized. (via Simple as That)

11. Open to Change: Whether you’re an entrepreneur working from home or a new mom juggling two lives, a daily planner with open boxes for notes is great for that constantly changing schedule. (via LBG Studio)

12. Goal Cards: Even if you’re not setting major resolutions, these little lists will keep you on track with your goals and help you to not feel overwhelmed. (via The Pretty Blog)

13. Floral Goals: Whether you want make a grocery list or a spring-cleaning list, always start with flowers. (via Remodelaholic)

14. Weekly List: Set aside some time on Sunday to organize your whole week and you’ll be amazed at what you can accomplish. (via That Nordic Feeling)

15. Watercolor Washes: Turn big goals into smaller, more achievable chunks and then spread those out through the week. (via A Pair and a Spare)

16. Make It a Game: Even if you don’t have kids, you’re never too old to make your to-do list a game. And with a macaron reward at the end? Sold. (via Design Eat Repeat)

17. Free Write: Sometimes you just need a clean start with no boxes or lines to constrain your thoughts. (via Design is Yay!)

18. Humorous Take: A funny change from the motivational to-do lists, maybe the “nope” list will work for all those pessimists out there. (via Christina Williams)

19. The Over Achiever: From fitness to hydration to daily gratitudes, this daily planner does it all. We’re a big fan of the “doodle” section because even a little bit of creativity every day is good in our books. (via Team Confetti)

20. Pick Your Sections: Get ready to be personalized — you’re free to fill in the blanks with whatever tasks you’re itching to accomplish. (via Clean Mama)

Which are your favorite lists? Let us know what lists you’re making in the comments below!