The Weekly Time Blocking Template is simple to use and effective in helping you learn and stay on track during the week.
When it comes to staying on track, it’s best to learn and stay on track from a time when you feel like you’ve learned and kept up with the “rules” of what works for you. At that time, you’ll have more of a sense of what works and what doesn’t.
With the weekly time blocking template, you can break the rules more easily. Here are the rules you can break if you know how.
Each week, you can choose to block (or unblock) one thing from your thoughts. The blocked thought will stay blocked from your mind for the week. The unblocked thought will come up when you want to think about something else, but will also come up during the week. You can start the week off with your blocked thought, or you can choose to unblock from your blocked thought.
The blocked thoughts stay blocked in your mind for the week, but you can choose to unblock from your blocked thought. Here’s the rule in action.
We have three types of blocked thoughts. Basic blocked thoughts, those you can’t unblock, and those that you can unblock. Basic blocked thoughts are the most obvious ones that you can block. However, a lot of people have more advanced blocked thoughts that are easy to block. For example, we can unblock any thought that is blocked from our thoughts, such as self-confidence.
If you block yourself, you don’t know what it is that you’re blocking. Its like making a wish that you can’t unblock. If you block yourself, you can’t unblock anything at all, even your deepest desires. This is the hardest part for me when I block my thoughts, and I have to force myself to let go for the week and start over from scratch.
When I blocked myself with this weekly template, my thoughts were blocked just three times. I have to force myself to block myself every single time. So, maybe I should do this for every thought I block. Letting go of all the bad habits that I have that Ive blocked myself from the past week.
For the past week, I have blocked myself on social media and email. I have blocked everything else from my phone, my laptop, my computer, my desktop, my tablet, and my iPad. I have blocked all of my online activities. I have blocked the phone. I have blocked the computer. I have blocked the email. I have blocked the email. I have blocked the phone. I have blocked the tablet. I have blocked the tablet. I have blocked the phone.
I have no idea why I have blocked so many of these things. That is like a really bad habit. We can’t all block our phone, but most of us should.