It looks like the program Wendler has on his website, so good. You could just leave out the details of which assistance work you will do and just write "push, pull and single leg/core, 50-100 reps each" and go by feel each day for exactly how many you do and of what from Wendler's lists:
"Push: dips, push-ups, DB bench/incline/press, triceps extensions/pushdowns
Pull: chin-ups/pull-ups, inverted rows, rows (DB/machine/BB), face pulls, band pull-aparts, lat pulldown, curls
Single Leg/Core: any abdominal work, back raises, reverse hyperextensions, lunges, step-ups, Bulgarian one-leg squats, KB snatches, swings"
There is no need to precisely program that stuff, and it is good to already have built in a way to adjust to how you are feeling. E.g., if your shoulders feel worn out, do tri extensions, but if you just feel awesome go for 100 dips. Also, not everything needs to be 5 sets of 10. You can just do however many sets to get the 50 reps.