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Big Picture, Productivity & Planning

Bullet Journal Dream Tracker (Free Worksheet Printable)

Bullet Journal Dream Tracker Recording dreams for analysis can uncover much about our waking lives. Our free Bullet Journal Dream Tracker is a simple page that lets you easily record your dreams upon awakening. We’ve also included a mandala to color in, as well as dotted paper style and handwritten script font. You can punch holes for a binder, or do like me and print + tape to a notebook for a true Bullet Journal feel. Click the button below to grab your Free Downloadable Bullet Journal Dream Tracker!   xoxo Teri

Big Picture, Productivity & Planning

Bullet Journal Starter Kit Planner (Free Worksheet Printable)

Bullet Journal Starter Kit Planner My handwriting and doodling skills are horrible, which is why I wanted to create a Bullet Journal Starter Kit bundle of printables. Our Starter Kit includes a cover page, symbols key, index page, future log, monthly calendar page and more. All pages have pre-draw doodles that you can color in, as well as handwritten script font and dot grid paper to keep in-line with the Bullet Journal style. You can punch holes for a binder, or do like me and print + tape to a notebook for a true Bullet Journal feel. Click the button […]

Big Picture, Productivity & Planning

Bullet Journal Goal Planner (Free Worksheet Printable)

Bullet Journal Goal Planner Goal attainment success is possible through consistent planning and action. Future planning (planning ahead) is the easiest way to achieve goals by simply taking your goals and breaking them down into to-do’s. Once you have to-do’s, schedule those tasks in your calendar to make sure you do them! Use our Goal Planner printable as Quarterly goal planning, or for individual goals/projects you want to complete. You can punch holes for a binder, or do like me and print + tape to a notebook for a true Bullet Journal feel. Click the button below to grab your […]

Big Picture, Productivity & Planning

Daily Planner (Free Worksheet Printable)

Daily Planner Morning and evening routines, done daily, can effectively get more done, ensure that your health is consistently improving, and overall sense of wellbeing increases over time. Everyone’s morning and evening routines will differ, depending on your daily responsibilities, work and family obligations, and more. My personal morning routine includes: tidying the house, feeding my puppies, and drinking a green juice. My personal evening routine includes: some kind of beauty care such as a face mask, quick tidy of the house, and letting my puppies out. Click the button below to grab your Free Downloadable Meal Planner!   xoxo […]

Big Picture, Productivity & Planning

Should You Be a Ghost Writer?

Writing is an art and a past time. If you feel you’re great at it and are looking for ways to monetize on this talent, you might want to consider being a ghostwriter. First, a ghostwriter is someone who writes materials for someone else who is the named author. Second, you’re probably thinking “OMG, excuse me, why would I do this?” Third, I’ve collected some short articles below that outline the pros and cons of this occupation. Depending on your outlook on life, you’ll either soak in all the pros and feel excited about this possibility. Or, you’ll scoff and […]

Big Picture, Mindset

Light the Way

This month’s theme is Light the Way. I had to sit on on this theme for a bit because my natural inclination is to think “must write about a dark time where something or someone lit the way”. But, who’s really up for dramatic sad stories anymore these days when the entire world feels pretty dramatic lately. But, then I realized amidst trying to pick a person to lights my way and contemplating about talking about my dog, that it’s not necessarily something else that lights the way, it could simply be you. You can light your own way. And, […]

Big Picture, Mindset

Finding Your Way Out of Rock Bottom

Everyone’s rock bottom is different. For one person, it could be on the hinges of death from an overdose because of addiction or debilitating depression. For another, it could be losing everything important because of their selfish actions. One way or another, rock bottom is a complete feeling of loss of one’s sense of being and purpose for living. The worst cases of rock bottoms have some of the most awe-inspiring stories. We love stories with extreme adversity and knowing the person rose from the ashes. But after feeling that initial inspiration, we usually quickly revert back to our own […]

Big Picture, Productivity & Planning

How to Keep Up With Your Summer Goals

Can’t we take a break from our goals during summer? It’s time to relax, enjoy the long days, and to be honest, it’s too hot to really do anything. Sitting next to a fan or being at the beach seems to be the only viable options to surviving the heat. Thinking about goals in the heat becomes a distant memory because you’re sleepy, thirsty, and overall fatigued. To be honest, keeping up with your summer goals isn’t about getting a pretty planner or pens. Your motivation is waxing and waning and literally melting with the heat. You don’t have the […]

Big Picture, Productivity & Planning

Free Printable: Christmas Savings Plan

Since half the year is almost over, this means we need to start saving up for Christmas now. We’ve created an amazing and simple 28-week Christmas Savings Plan worksheet for you. Christmas will get here quicker than you can get a tan and before you know it, you might feel sweaty about not having a budget in place for all your loved ones’ presents. The key to saving is to start where you are comfortable and be as consistent as possible. If it’s $10 a week, $20 a week, or $30 a week, the amount is up to you. And, […]

Big Picture, Mindset

Why It’s Ok to Say No

There are many reasons why it’s ok to say no, especially in the current world. Many of us suffer from anxiety and depression which makes it even more important to learn how to say no. Saying no sets boundaries. It helps us excel at the things we actually love. When we spread ourselves too thin, our performance, mood, and overall health suffer tremendously. If you are not yet convinced that it’s not ok to say, here are 5 reasons that might gently empower you to say no the next time you just can’t.   It’s Your Life You can’t control […]