Productivity templates (daily agenda/to do lists/goals/notes) for Circa Micro PDA notebook

A series of productivity templates designed for the Levenger Circa Micro PDA notebook format (business card sized paper). The pages can be printed on dual sides, each template produces 20 cards total. Have printed these out on Avery two-sided printable Clean Edge business cards with good success.

If you have any comments or feedback, I'd love to hear it. This is my first template project, inspired by many of the wonderful "pocketfob" type templates on D*I*Y.

Paper size: 
Business Card
Thumbnail: 
ottrplottr micropda template_Page_8.jpg
Usage advice: 

Designed for use with the Levenger Circa MicroPDA notebook format.

I use these templates for highly portable general productivity.

Page 1: A daily agenda (front)

Page 2: A daily agenda (back)

Page 3: A to-do list (front)

Page 4: A to-do list (back)

Page 5: A contact sheet and media list (the list lines provide a space for the letters indicated at the media key at the top) (front)

Page 6: A contact sheet and media list (the list lines provide a space for the letters indicated at the media key at the top) (back)

Page 7: A sticky note (with general topic areas at top to circle) and an Ottr Plottr(c) high-level goal sheet (meant for general brainstorming, not drill-down level of detail) (front)

Page 8: A sticky note (with general topic areas at top to circle) and an Ottr Plottr(c) high-level goal sheet (meant for general brainstorming, not drill-down level of detail) (back)

Page 9: A wishlist with letter key to keep track of items wanted/needed and a perpetual task tracker with 12 checkboxes to track progress/frequency of task completion (front)

Page 10: A wishlist with letter key to keep track of items wanted/needed and a perpetual task tracker with 12 checkboxes to track progress/frequency of task completion (back)

Page 11: An event/action log and a plain grid layout (front)

Page 12: An event/action log and a plain grid layout (back)

License: 
Creative Commons
Language: 
English
Applications required: 
Adobe Reader
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Comments and questions

First of all, they look great. Nice work.

Questions:

  • My guess is that when doing two-sided printing, flip on the long edge, yes ?
  • What is the purpose of the little "Pac-Man" in the upper right of the agenda cards ?

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"I think the surest sign that there is intelligent life out there in the universe is that none of it has tried to contact us." (Calvin and Hobbes/Bill Waterson)

From the other

From the other thread...

@jonglass: The 3/4 circle is my ghetto graphic version of a clock. ;)

My personal view.. it's a reminder that you should always celebrate your producitvity awesomeness by wasting a couple of hours playing computer games.

Edit: Yeah, I mean uhh... spend a productive and action packed couple of hours, not waste.. never a waste to play games.

It's nice to know....

... that I wasn't the _only_ one who thought it looked like a Pacman. ;-)

-Jon

So where are the dots and

So where are the dots and the ghosts?

Wait, video games are a waste??

ygor, yes, the paper flips on the long side - thanks for clarifying that.

Pacman was easier to draw than Donkey Kong. ;)

Pacman should be facing to

Pacman should be facing to the left, then he can eat the days instead. Much tastier, and crunchy too!