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- Write it all down here: ”Tasks,” ”Errands I Can’t Ignore Anymore,” ”People to Contact, Reluctantly,” etc.
- Check off all your other accomplishments for the day (”Wore Pants,” Didn’t Set Anything on Fire,” etc.).
- Note your mood and how you have #adulted today (Like a Boss?).
- 60 sheets.
- Pad measures 6 inches wide by 9 inches high.
From the Publisher
Plan your day and be more productive with this fun and functional to-do pad!
Keep those #adulting tasks on track!
Adulting is hard…
Jury duty, using coasters, flossing…
But don’t despair — you can slay this #adulting thing with this handy To-Do pad!
Stay on track throughout the day!
Then celebrate with a juice box.
Get it all down here
Write down: Today’s Date • Tasks • Appointments • Errands I Can’t Ignore Anymore • People to Contact, Reluctantly
Use the Checklist to note other accomplishments: Showered • Took vitamins (gummies count) • Wore pants • Matched my socks • Got off the couch • Ate a vegetable • Didn’t set anything on fire • Did not have cereal for dinner
Note your Mood and that Today, I Adulted Like a: Boss • Grown-Up • Imposter • Adolescent • Rugrat
Easy tear-off sheets
Tear-off pages make it easy to take your list on the go.
Stay organized as you go about your day!
Thick, smooth-finish paper takes a variety of pens and pencils.
Substantially constructed pad has a sturdy cardboard backing.
A fun time management tool
Everyone needs a little help sometimes…
Break down tasks into manageable steps with simple sorting categories.
Check off each task as you get it done.
Simple and satisfying!
Suitable for gift-giving too.
Great for college graduates, those starting first jobs, etc.
A humorous and gentle way to encourage organization.
Will put a smile on their face each time they compose and tackle a to-do list.
About our Adulting To-Do List Pad:
Thick, heavyweight paper supports a variety of pens and pencils.
Brightly colored pad stands out on your desk.
Handy size: 6” wide x 9” high.
Our Company History
In 1928, at the age of twenty-two, Peter Beilenson began printing books on a small press in the basement of his parents’ home in Larchmont, New York. Peter—and later, his wife, Edna—sought to create fine books that sold at prices even a pauper could afford.
Today, still family owned and operated, Peter Pauper Press continues to honor our founders’ legacy—and our customers’ expectations—of beauty, quality, and value.
Image: Peter Pauper Press headquarters, circa 1948.