Behold the ingenious white-board concept I discovered through our Classical homeschool group.
I mentioned it here briefly in *this post
Here is the deceptively simple, yet brilliant concept: The grammar to-do list is written on the board, in list form on the left-for what we will cover, and then else-where on the board in actual content. And then we erase it has we go. No more ambiguity about what else I need to cover or when I should get to it...if it's there, it still needs to be done.
The second photo has the timeline cards we memorize for the week on the bottom ledge, we do those first and get them out of the way.
I can see this working for a general homeschool mom's day- plan...list all the subjects and pages you need to get through and even things you forget to do like, "call the vet", "drop off books at library" and then erase as you go.
I'm so doing this. Sky is going to put one up in the dining room for me, since that is where we do our homeschooling.
Embrace the force.