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Time-blocking and imagining your ideal week - Ideal Week Template
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To make your own copy of this template: Go to File > Make a copy
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Steps to creating your ideal week:

1. Brainstorm the top activities that you ACTUALLY spend time on.
- Think about your daily routine and look back through your calendar for the last few months.
- Think about the things you read and watch.
- Think about how often you are checking social media.

2. Brainstorm the top activities that you WANT to spend time on.
- Think about how often you get together with your friends or spend quality time with your family and partner.
- Think about the things you want to do for self-care (if anything) like exercise or reading or recreational activities.
- Think about the things you want to do for self-growth like listening to business podcasts or reading educational books.

3. Map it out by hand or in a spreadsheet (see below):
- Normal day-to-day life things like eating and travel time. Also include any recurring commitments you have like standing meetings.
- Add the things you brainstormed that you have to do and will always be part of your week. See where the gaps are.
- Fill in the gaps with the things you brainstormed that you want to do.

4. Use the picture you have created of your ideal week as the basis for time-blocking an actual week.
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