I am so excited about 2016. I really am.
I’ve got so much planned, so much on my mind, and so much in the works, that I don’t even know what to do with myself.
So I did what many procrastinators do when overwhelmed with the thought of beginning something great: I did something else.
I created a calendar.
And the calendar morphed into me designing my own planner.
And the planner morphed into me creating a goal-setting worksheet.
And the goal-setting worksheet morphed into me finishing the Live Focused Workbook that I began last year.
It’s finished. And I’m ready to begin.
Here’s the skinny. . .
Free 2016 Calendar Download — Start the Year off Right!
All you need is a 3-ring binder and a few dividers. Honestly, you probably have a few around the house. I know I did.
Then print out these calendars and you’re ready to roll.
Here’s your 2016 LiveFocused Calendar to download and use as you’d like: 2016 live focused calendar free teachmama.com
Please, if you choose to share–and we hope you do!–please link to this blog post rather than the pdf calendar. Thank you!
2016 live focused calendar free teachmama.com
Sometimes, all we need to do is write things down, and we start to feel as though we have a better handle on things.
Or, if you really want to rock it this year, check out our entire Live Focused Planner and Workbook.
It’s 50+ pages, and it totally rocks.
Actually, it contains everything I need to stay organized as a creative entrepreneur and writer.
Here’s what it contains:
- Cover sheet and Dividers for each section
- The Plan: Goals & Dreams — short-term and long-term goal setting with spaces to check in and edit, revise, or re-focus as necessary
- 2016 Calendars — January through December with space to use as an editorial calendar, to-do calendar, or anything you need
- 2016, 2017, 2018 At-A-Glance Calendars — perfect to use while planning and looking ahead
- 2016 Important Dates — holidays well-known and little-known to help in planning along with a blank page to write in your own
- Monthly Work Plan sheet — I love this sheet because it provides space to write ‘Must Do’ and ‘Want to Do’ and open spaces for jotting down notes and writing down ideas
- Posts & Scheduling sheet — spaces to write down post titles and to keep track of shares across social platforms
- 2016 Live Focused Workbook — January through December Live Focused workbook pages to help give your days a purpose and to help us all stay intentional and conscious as we work and play.
- Family & Notes space — space to clip family papers and information and/or notes as you need them
Make this work for YOU!
Here’s what I do.
I grab a 3-ring binder with dividers and plastic folders, and I include:
- Cover Sheet in the clear front pocket
- Contents Divider and/or Contents Sheet (customize for your needs)
- The Plan Divider
- The Plan: Goals & Dreams (print double-sided)
- Calendar Divider • Important Dates (print double-sided)
- 2016, 2017, 2018 at-a-glance (print double-sided)
- All Awesome Divider — Because my work isn’t work; I look at it as though it’s all awesome.
- Monthly Work Plan (page printed on front of Posts & Scheduling Sheet)
- Posts & Scheduling Sheet (I don’t post every, single day, but if I did, I’d use one of these every month; for me, I use one every other month, and it works.)
- Monthly Calendar (Repeat this pattern for the year: Work Plan on back of Posts & Scheduling, followed by monthly calendar!)
- Workbook Divider
- Live Focused Workbook (print on single pages from January through December)
- Family Divider
- Notes Divider
In order to have the pages facing the way that works best for me, I adjust print settings of double-sided pages as pictured above.
Who wants to begin the year with a bit of a focus and a whole lot of awesome?
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