Today is June 1rst, which means we’re halfway through the year. Back in December, I shared my Making Things Happen: Year at a Glance; instead of only setting goals, I helped you come up with a theme (your central idea) that will sum up what you’d like from your year. In essence, it’s about setting goals
Part of making 2017 a successful year is making sure you take good care of yourself. This is where Monthly Self-care and Weekly Self-care, the latest addition to Making Things Happen series, comes in. I’ve designed the two worksheets to work hand in hand. Start with the Monthly Self-care, which gives you an overview and suggestions for
One of my focuses this year is on my finances. It’s a source of stress and I feel like I have no control over them, well more like they control me. This year I’m turning it all around, and this where Monthly Budget + Monthy Expenses, the latest addition to Making Things Happen series, comes in.
Welcome to the first post of the year! Yeah, 2017, we got this! To help make this year a success let’s start by organizing your computer since it’s one of the most used objects besides your phone. Introducing the NEW Organizational Desktop Wallpaper, the latest from Making Things Happen. This desktop wallpaper has been designed to help
Wow, 2016 flew by! Am I right?! Don’t know about you, but I got so much accomplished from my 2016 “to do” list, but not everything, which is totally fine. This year, I’m taking a slightly different approach to 2017. This is where Year at a Glance, the latest addition to Making Things Happen series, comes in.
Welcome to part 3 of 3 for the Making Things Happen series; a Bullet Journal hack where I adopted some of it’s systems to help keep track of my daily life and projects. In yesterday’s post, I went in depth with how to use your Week at a Glance and your Daily Log. In Tuesday’s post, I covered my love
Welcome to part 2 of 3 for the Making Things Happen series; a Bullet Journal hack where I adopted some of it’s systems to help keep track of my daily life and projects. In yesterday’s post, I covered my love of agendas but how they’re limiting when it comes to customization, which led me to creating Making Things Happen.
September is right around the corner, and even though I’m no longer in school, I still get into the whole “back to school” vibe. The weather cools down, the days get a little shorter and work starts to rev up. In my opinion, September is the “New Year”. It’s time to get new supplies, like a
Making Things Happen is a weekly inspirational worksheet to help you keep track of your projects and life goals. I created this worksheet to keep me inspired and focused on my ambitions. I find that checking in weekly keeps me present and engaged in my life. Making Things Happen worksheet is made of 6 components, which