Fun tools make it more likely I will use them, and honestly, I get bored with the plain old print and line forms.
So to that end, I will be releasing a new set of planner forms every month. They are free…all you have to do is sign up for the mailing list here.
These free forms contain:
- a things to do list, which shows tasks broken into three areas: “must do”, “want to do”, and “if I have time”
- Numbered or check box task lists
- A notes page
If you are interested in a dated set of calendar forms with all of the monthly graphics, please see the Whole Life Productivity store
This month: Frosty Holly
In the northern hemisphere, very little is left green at this time of the year. Even in southern Virginia, where the trees are determined to hang onto their leaves as long as possible, the only green left is that of the evergreen.
We have several holly bushes in our yard. They endure, through drought and heat and cold and sometimes snow. They are prickly, but that only serves their endurance. And they remain a sign that things will get green again.
I don’t particularly like winter. That comes from growing up on the frozen tundra, where the snow often started in November and lasted until April (or if we were really unlucky, May). So having that enduring sign of hope that the seasons will turn again is an important one for me as I look at the end of another year.
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