Keep track of your monthly goals with this printable goal tracker! It’s straightforward and easy to use to keep you visually on track.
Are you the type of person who makes resolutions at the beginning of every year? I totally am. I am my most motivated at the beginning of things. Even when I was a kid, a new school year meant I was working my most diligently. Then as the weeks progressed, I started slacking. But I’ve found over the years that I stick to my goals better if I track them on paper. Totally old school, I know, but I need to see how things are progressing.
I decided to make a goal tracking printable worksheet. I wanted to keep it pretty simple. There are four aspects of my life I want to improve and I have a goal for each. The biggest part of reaching those goals is doing something everyday, or nearly everyday. The four areas of goals are professional, personal, creative and fitness. For each I chose one thing to focus on.
- Professional: publish a minimum of three posts a week on the blog. Consistency is key in the blog world!
- Personal: donate a large bag of clothes and household items per week. It’s time to cut down on the amount of stuff we have. Getting the kids on board is the trick here!
- Creative: I love calligraphy and lettering, and it’s one of those things that requires daily practice. So I will be lettering daily. You can follow my progress here.
- Fitness: Lastly, I am really motivated to keep up with my fitness. My goals for January are to either run or do a Beachbody workout five times a week.
I was thinking of making this printable in color, but I love using my own colors to fill in the calendars, so black and white it is. Simple is always better anyway!
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Tips for printing page for your planner size
I have a new planner for 2018! It’s from Purple Trail and I love it because it’s slightly smaller than my Erin Condren planner at 6 x 8 inches, so it fits better in my purse. The download is a full size 8.5 x 11 inch PDF. To print to fit the Purple Trail planner, on your print page, set the scale to 70%. For the Erin Condren planner, set your print page to 85%. After that just print and then cut out to size. Stay tuned for another post on how I add the sheet into my planner.
Want to see some of my favorite planner accessories? The blue pen in the photo from Jane Davenport is classy looking and writes like a dream. The Zebra Mildliner highlighters are awesome as well! The succulent stickers are from Purple Trail and I got them when I got the planner.