Make sure to check out my most recent planners and schedulers HERE.
I’ve seen LOTS of singing time planners and schedulers out there. I’m more of a simpleton when it comes to my scheduling (if you aren’t familiar with my monthly singing time schedules, you can check them all out HERE
). I only like to plan a month ahead (with the exception of my outline summary (found HERE
) and my annual CD found HERE
) using a simple Word document. But I get several requests from those who like to plan out the whole year asking if I have something – well, now I do!
I think my favorite planner out there (and from what I can tell, I’m not alone!) is the one from Primary Singing Time Ideas
. It’s basic and simple yet very organized and effecient – just the way I like things ;). Unfortunately, Brittney (the blog author) isn’t currently updating her blog – at least what I can see. So I’ve taken the liberty to create a 2018 Singing Time Planner and Scheduler using her template as a guide.
I’ve kept each month as it’s own document so you can easily print one a time. There’s also a blank one that would work with any month and any year. Also, Megan posted on the Chorister’s FB group an editable one in Word. You can find her post HERE
with the link to download (or I’ve added it to my Resource Library that you can access at the bottom of this email for those who aren’t a member of the FB group).
If you see any mistakes, PLEASE let me know ASAP!! I’m prone to mistakes more than I care to admit and it can be terribly embarrassing!!
Now you can plan a month or an entire year if you like! If you follow me throughout the year, I’ll help you get it all filled out with my monthly Singing Time Schedules that I post the last week of every month. Watch for January’s schedule to be posted next week! Also, if you struggle staying organized in this calling, you can scroll through all of my Staying Organized posts all found HERE
(I’d recommend reading them from the last post to the first post).
How do you like to plan your singing time and keep yourself organized in this busy calling? Leave comments to help others out!