Kate
Here is the document I designed to help me keep track of my goals and projects for the month:
From Which Proverbs 14:1 Woman?

Yes, I know I'm neurotic.  But I love it!  =D  Everything is on one page.  For the two books I plan to read this month, there is a circle to color in for each chapter, plus one for typing my notes.

If you think I'm crazy, just smile politely and back away slowly.  If you think this is really nifty and would love to do something similar for your own goals, let me know.  If a Microsoft Word document will work for you, I can offer this as a customizable template for download.  If you're interested, you can either leave a comment or e-mail me.

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9 Responses
  1. I am really interested to see it, but nothing came up....maybe you could email it to me??


  2. Kate Says:

    Okay, I fiddled with it a bit. Can you see it now?


  3. Debbie Says:

    Um yeah - absolutely interested in this! What a GREAT monthly goal tracker!!! So thorough - and easy... How customizable can you make it???
    thequeenmommy2(at)yahoo(dot)com


  4. Kate Says:

    Okay, I've got a "generic" Microsoft Word document put together; I'll post it late tonight. I know there must be a fancy-pants way instead of Microsoft Word, but I don't have time today to learn a new piece of software! I'll check with DangerBear and see what he thinks is the best way to do it. For now, I'll be offering the Word version. =)


  5. Stephanie Says:

    I would love to have this! I love anything that helps me keep track of goals!


  6. Ashley Says:

    I love this. Will it be available for us to download, customize, and use? Yo have so many great tools! Thanks!

    -Ashley


  7. Kate Says:

    You can check out my latest post (http://proverbs14-1.blogspot.com/2009/05/wfmw-neurotic-goal-planning-yay-free.html) for a downloadable version. =)


  8. Great idea! I love finding and designing forms, but my problem is that once they're done, I don't use them. Any advice on staying motivated enough to use them - or to even remember I have them? (I'm menopausal and I have been diagnosed with fibromyalgia, and I *will* blame them for problems remembering things - LOL!)

    ~Susan


  9. Kate Says:

    Susan, I also sometimes have trouble with following through. I'm great at making plans, not so great at "doing" them. I'm a very visual person, so I need to keep the form right in front of me. Right now I have it taped to the front of a folder that I carry around the house with me. You could also tape it to the refrigerator.

    Something I like to do (but don't do it often because I think it would drive DangerBear nuts) is post little reminders all over the house. For example, if my goal is to floss my teeth each night, I'll write that on a Post-It note and stick it to the bathroom mirror.


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