Some of you may have printed these back in the fall, but I want to make them available to you again as a part of Project Simplify.
What you get:
Daily Schedule – keep track of appointments and your to-do list. There are also places to mark off as you drink your water, exercise, and take your supplements, and a place for you to keep a food diary.
Meal Tracker – keep track of what you eat and how you feel. If you suspect food sensitivities or you're finding that you have low energy levels, you'll be able to narrow down what you're eating that makes you feel better or worse. (If you're needing more help overcoming fatigue, you'll want to check out my eBook, Farewell, Fatigue.)
Supplement tracker – There are several supplements I take every day, and I can feel a noticeable difference in how I feel if I forget to take them. Remind yourself what you need to take and mark off when you've done that.
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If you have not already printed these free goal-setting printables, you can do that now and work on determining the goals that you would like to reach this year.
Since the theme this year is “Project Simplify”, I thought it would be pretty silly to make some kind of complicated worksheet to help me determine how to reach my goals.
Instead, I am using a simple calendar.
If you care to use my simple method, read on and I'll explain how to make your goals become reality.
See how simple this is? I bet I could sum up this whole post in one sentence. Let me try:
After assuring that your goals are reasonable, turn them into specific actions and add them to your calendar in the appropriate places.
In a few days I'll be sharing my daily planner (if you can even call it that -it's so easy!) and how I translate what's on my calendar into daily actions. But for now, go ahead and print your 12 calendar pages and work on translating your goals into specific actions you can put onto the calendar.
(And go ahead and add birthdays and other yearly events now too. )
For those of you who indicated on Facebook that you really could use some help in the organizational department, you will not want to miss the post where I share my daily planner! I'm calling it “The Planner for the ADD Personality”, or “A Simple Planning System for People who Hate to Plan” or something like that. It's working for me, and I've been pretty much hopeless until now.
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Have you thought about what you'd like to accomplish in 2014?
More importantly, have you thought about what God wants you to accomplish this year?
My husband and I have a date planned for this Friday night to sit down and make a list of goals that we believe God would have our family to work towards.
I will also be sitting down this evening to work on my personal goals for this year.
You've probably all heard the old saying, “If you aim at nothing, you'll hit it every time.” I want to aim for something. In this season of my life, that may not be anything “big”. My life is full right now with taking care of my home and children, and there's not much room for many “big” things. And that's okay.
As you think through your goals for the year, just keep them simple and realistic. You don't have to come up with specific steps for reaching those goals quite yet – I'll be providing printable worksheets for that within the next few days. Just start jotting down everything you can think of that you'd like to accomplish, then go back and pray over your list and re-evaluate what you should keep and what you should cross off. Remember, if you try to focus on doing too much, you'll actually accomplish less.
You can use these free printable goal setting sheets.
I've included the following:
Spiritual goals – Do you want to read all the way through the Bible this year? Memorize a large passage of scripture? Those things go here.
Personal goals – this is for things like exercising, personal hobbies, home business ventures like blogging or direct sales, etc.
Homemaking goals – this includes anything that has to do with your home and family like menu planning, cleaning and organizing, spending quality time with your husband or children, etc.
Family goals – this is for goals that you set as a family and all work on together. Maybe you'd like to accomplish some yard or house projects together or participate in some type of ministry as a family. Work on those goals together and put them here.
You'll probably want to put these printables in a binder as I will be offering many, many printables this year as a part of Project Simplify. (Get the first one here if you missed it.)
What area do you most need to simplify this year?
The theme on the blog for 2014 is “Project Simplify”. I want to simplify my life by reducing clutter both in my home and my schedule so that I have more space to accomplish more!
As I babystep my way toward simplifying my life, I'll be sharing helpful resources with you as I go along.
I'm starting with this printable gift inventory because right now there are lots of after Christmas sales going on and I am already starting my gift shopping for 2014.
Here's how I plan to use this list:
With everyone already listed out for the year I can think ahead and shop for good deals all year long. I also won't have to worry about scrambling for gifts at the last minute!
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What areas of your life do you need to work on simplifying?