Kerry Ann Rockquemore discusses The Sunday Meeting in the linked article as a way to organize yourself for the week, and Gentle Reader, now that I have my new Passion Planner, I’ve begun thinking through more ways to get organized. Thus today, I am implementing the Sunday Meeting to make sure my calendars are synced (Google and Planner), my week is planned (so many meetings this week!), and I know what I have to do (write letters, read, prep class).
I like the idea of a Sunday Meeting as a way to prep for the upcoming week, especially as both my calendars begin their weeks on a Sunday. I’m still utilizing my post-it lists, but I’ve confined them to home and home things (i.e. clean the bathroom, empty dishwasher, etc.). And I’m still using my Things to Do list every day, just as a way to think through my daily life, what I want to accomplish that day, in particular. The Planner works through the larger concerns.
So, today, for example, I want to
- read Vol. 2 of Longbourn (class)
- read two chapters of Elaine Freedgood’s The Ideas in Things (class)
- Read Sir Gawain and the Green Knight (class)
- go to lunch with DH (fun!)
- clean my office
- write rec letters
- write three cards (correspondence)
- Have Sunday Meeting to prep the week
What are your plans for the day and week, Friends?