Motivated Monday – Become a better you! *free download

January 2nd, 2012

I like to compartmentalize my goals, and so I made this “become a better you” form that allows me to specify areas of my life that I want to work on, and have 3 small or big goals or activities within each of those areas. Here is how I filled out mine:

goal-worksheet

The nice thing about this form is you can use it all year long. Maybe at the beginning of each week or month you can sit down and quickly decide a handful of goals/activities that you want to accomplish that month to keep you on track with being the best you you can be.

I’ve included a free download of the form completely blank, and one with the subjects already filled out.

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Click on the images above to download a PDF version of my printable Become a Better You Worksheet. The downloadable PDFs in this article (and across my entire site) are free for personal use only. If you would like to blog about this free download, please accompany and images from my site with a credit and link back to this article. As a courtesy please do not link directly to a downloadable file but rather to this page. At this time, no customizations of this or any of my forms are available. Forms are a free download AS IS. Also since you’ve made it this far, please subscribe to my RSS feed and facebook page so you can find me again! And don’t forget to tell your friends :)

Motivated Mondays – Christmas edition! *Free Downloads

December 19th, 2011

Okay so I know Christmas is less than a week away, but I am so behind so this is still going to work for me!  But even if you’re Christmas is all done and organized you can remember this for next year.

So I created a checklist with 5 major columns, and under each of those columns are a bunch of check-boxes for different activities, parties, gifts etc that you need to schedule, accomplish, shop for etc. This is a great over-view type of document that you can use to schedule all your various Christmas happenings. Since everyone’s Christmas activities are so vastly different, I made this form an EDITABLE PDF file. You can’t change the categories ( I should have done that too, but it’s too late now!) but you can change all the existing checkbox text as well as add text to all of the existing checkboxes. And you can save the file and reprint next Christmas so you have a good idea of all the things you need to do for Christmas.

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And since Christmas is a week away, I created a simple Christmas Countdown with 7 days leading up to Christmas. This one will have to be printed out to be filled in, but you can quickly write up all the things you need to get done this week… like STARTING TO SHOP for Christmas gifts… or is that just me??

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Click on the images above to download a PDF version of my printable Christmas Checklist and Countdown forms. The downloadable PDFs in this article (and across my entire site) are free for personal use only. If you would like to blog about this free download, please accompany and images from my site with a credit and link back to this article. As a courtesy please do not link directly to a downloadable file but rather to this page. At this time, no customizations of this or any of my forms are available. Forms are a free download AS IS. Also since you’ve made it this far, please subscribe to my RSS feed and facebook page so you can find me again! And don’t forget to tell your friends :)

Motivated Monday – Neighbor Gift List *Free Download

December 12th, 2011

Okay so I know it’s been a few weeks since I’ve done a Motivated Monday… I have just been so swamped with work stuff. But I finally finished the majillion projects I was working on and can get other stuff done – like updating my blog and creating free organizational printables!

This week I have “neighbor gifts” on the brain. I’m not sure if this is a regional thing or everywhere, but we like to give home-made gifts to our close friends and neighbors. Last year I made 16 round pans of cinnamon rolls, this year we are making Jamaican Christmas cake.

Anyway this printable helps you organize any gifts you are making/buying. You can also list all people you are delivering gifts to, as well as whom you have received gifts from — not so that you can revel in all your loot – but so you can reciprocate with a gift or a thank you card etc.

This printable works for office gifts, teacher gifts, extended family gifts and more! If you are looking for a more custom gift list, check out my gift organizer.

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Click on the form image above to download a PDF version of my printable neighbor-gift form. The downloadable PDF in this article (and across my entire site) are free for personal use only. If you would like to blog about this free download, please accompany and images from my site with a credit and link back to this article. As a courtesy please do not link directly to a downloadable file but rather to this page. At this time, no customizations of this or any of my forms are available. Forms are a free download AS IS, no customization or changes can be made.