Every year I ask myself, “what changes can I make in my life that would make this year better than the last?” There are a lot of answers to this question of course, but one of the things I came up with this time was the monthly achievement worksheet. What is this exactly? Well, here’s a little back story…
Two years ago, I started to write out family newsletters to send with our Holiday cards. I realized that it was a bit difficult remembering exactly what happened in an entire year. Did we go to Oregon this year or last? What did we accomplish? Did we try anything new this year?
Sure you can easily keep this all in a journal, a scrapbook, or on your phone, but then searching through them becomes a little tedious during one of the busiest (and sometimes one of the most stressful) times of the year. This year I completely blanked on what I had accomplished. It made me a little sad because I KNOW I did a lot this year, I just couldn’t remember the majority of it. Then I thought, it would be really great to have a list of accomplishments, not just for Holiday cards, but to see how much you’ve actually accomplished. What if this list could actually push us to get more done as well?
I got to work.
I wanted to see how much I actually did in a year, and I wanted to come up with a list that would push me to try new things and to accomplish even more. This little achievement worksheet is still a work in progress, but I wanted to go ahead and offer it to you guys as a free download when you sign up for my newsletter.
You can write in the name of each month at the top and complete the worksheet as the month goes by or at the end. What is listed also helps you plan ahead for your month, as you push yourself to try something new.
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I’d love to hear what you like about the list and what you’d like to have added or changed! Please feel free to let me know, I’d love to have some feedback!