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Printable Pomodoro Technique PDF Worksheets: Focus to-do list & Pomodoro Tracker

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Looking to find printable Pomodoro Technique PDF worksheets? Here are two you might like and find helpful; A Focus To-Do List and a Pomodoro Tracker Sheet.

Don’t you just hate it when your daily to-do list is a mile long, and all you want to do is binge-watch Netflix and scroll your Facebook feed? 

In the back of your head, the to-do’s scream TO-DON’T and you find yourself cleaning the junk drawer or planning how you should/could/would tackle all those tasks that just need to be done. 

Before you know it, the morning turns into evening, almost nothing has been done, and you feel horrible. I feel you! Because I just described my days before I tried the Pomodoro Technique. 

NOTE: If you’re not familiar with The Pomodoro Technique by Francesco Cirillo, then read this post first:

The Pomodoro Technique – Why & How It Works (and Why You Should Use It)

You can learn everything about the Pomodoro method from that post PLUS, you can grab a cute printable cheat sheet that I made for you.

In this post you can find two worksheets that can help you list your to-dos and track your Pomodoros. I hope you like them!

Pomodoro Technique PDF Worksheets | SaturdayGift

You can download the worksheets at the end of this post. But before you do that, let’s go through how these worksheets can be used.

Pomodoro worksheet #1: Pomodoro Focus To-Do List

The first printable Pomodoro worksheet is a Focus To-Do List.

This is your main to-do list to write down all tasks, big and small, that need to get done.

And this is how you can use this Pomodoro Focus To-Do List:

Pomodoro Focus To-Do List instructions | SaturdayGift
  • Task: Write down the tasks, projects, ideas, or anything that comes to your mind and needs to be done
  • Exclamation point: Check this box if the task is important and/or urgent
  • Arrow: Check this box if the task can wait (not urgent and/or not important)
  • Light bulb: Check this box if this is just an idea and not necessarily a task yet that needs action
  • Done: When the task is completed, you can check this box

The idea behind this Focus To-Do List is that you’ll collect ALL tasks here first, and then from here, you’ll move the urgent and important tasks and projects on the Pomodoro task tracker.

Pomodoro worksheet #2: Pomodoro task tracker sheet

The other printable Pomodoro worksheet is a Pomodoro Tracker Sheet.

This is your everyday Pomodoro tracker where you can record each Pomodoro you’ve completed.

And this is how you can use this Pomodoro Focus To-Do List:

  • Task: Pick the important and/or urgent tasks from the Focus To-Do List and write them down here in order or priority. These are the tasks you’ll complete by using the Pomodoro Technique.
  • The column with #: Here, you will write a number of the Pomodoros you’ll think it’ll take for you to complete the task. One Pomodoro is 25 minutes.
  • Pomodoros: Here, you will track completed Pomodoros. Every 25 minutes you’ll work towards completing the task, you’ll write a little checkmark inside the circle. NOTE: There are 8 circles (Pomodoros) per one task. If a task/project would take more than 8 Pomodoros (8×25 minutes) to complete, it should be divided into smaller subtasks.
  • Done: When the task is completed, you can check this box. NOTE: Even though there are 8 Pomodoros on each line, you don’t have to have them all done. The tasks can take from 1-8 Pomodoros. And once the task is completed (regardless of how many Pomodoros it took), you can mark the tasks completed. 

With this strategy, you work in 25-minute bursts followed by 5-minute breaks. You can use the breaks however you want–to get coffee, chat with coworkers, or just relax! If done correctly, this can help you increase your productivity and make your workday much more enjoyable.

Want to refresh your memory on the Pomodoro Technique? Check out this post:

The Pomodoro Technique: Why & How it Works (and Why You Should Use It)

How to download these Pomodoro technique pdf worksheets

You can download these worksheets by clicking the download links under the images:

Pomodoro Technique PDF Worksheet #1: Focus To-Do List

Pomodoro Technique PDF Focus To Do List | SaturdayGift

DOWNLOAD: Pomodoro Technique PDF Worksheet – the Focus To-Do List

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Pomodoro Technique PDF worksheet #2: Pomodoro Tracker

Pomodoro Technique PDF Task Tracker Sheet | SaturdayGift

DOWNLOAD: Pomodoro Technique PDF Worksheet – the Pomodoro Task Tracker Sheet

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In conclusion:

If you want to get more done in less time, give the Pomodoro technique a try. This is an easy way to stay focused and accomplish your goals without interruption. Now that you’ve downloaded the Pomodoro worksheets (Focus To-Do List and Pomodoro Task Tracker Sheet), you can get to work. And be extra productive throughout the day!

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