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I always like to take some time during this season and start thinking about my word for the next year as well as my goals. I plan on sharing both my word and my goals in the next few weeks but first I have a freebie for you!
A few newish-to-me blogs that I follow share their monthly intentions instead of their goals and I just love that slight change in wording. With the new year less than a month away I’ve been thinking about my goals (or intentions) for the year and I want to make an effort this year to do better with creating monthly goals.
To help myself out a bit I created monthly intentions printables and I thought I would share them with you!
The sheets have three different sections:
This space is for your goals for the month. I left a fair amount of space, I know I won’t usually have that many items each month but I do tend to write big so this way if my intentions take up two lines each at least I know I have room to write them down.
You don’t have to be around me long to realize that books are a big part of my life. I share my monthly TBR in my book-ish newsletter and I am always looking for great books to add to my collection. I like the idea of writing my monthly TBR down on these sheets because I can look at it throughout the month and it will be interesting to look back on at the end of a year and see which books I finished and which I didn’t.
This section is for whatever you want. This month I wrote a verse out, in the future I may write a cute quote or conversation with one of my kids or a quote from a book. I may even use this space for ideas on how to carry out my one little word throughout the month.
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