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It is finally time for the release of the 2018 PowerSheets! {Cue all the fun emoji’s!}

2018 PowerSheets Collection

I discovered this product around January of this year. You know one of those days where you get sucked into social media and next thing you know you are following a random hashtag about planners then all of the sudden you see this beautiful product and you are sucked into #PowerSheets. Yep, the run on sentence is how I feel sometimes on Instagram.

In all seriousness though, that is how it happened. That is one reason I can say why I love social media. People sharing what they love and in turn it helps others. So now I am sharing this with you!

I have never really been one to write down my goals. Sure I would in school when they would ask the question “Where do you see yourself in 5 years?” This book makes you think way beyond that. It wants you to think about when you are 80 and did you cultivate what mattered in your life and live it on purpose. This can sound a bit scary, but it makes you really think about your life. In a good way. It makes you focus on what is important to you and how you want to grow that.

There are tons of worksheets in the beginning to help you get to know yourself better and narrow down your goals and why you have them. More on the worksheets below! To me, this is very personal so that is why I haven’t actually shared what my completed pages say 🙂

 

What are PowerSheets?

PowerSheets are an intentional goal planner. It’s not set up like a normal planner with dates. Although if you purchase the yearly one you will see each month listed. This is to keep each month’s goal and progress separate. Once you have written out your goals you can move the ideas of what you want to work on over to your planner. {I currently use the 6 month undated version and will be getting the 12 month set for 2018!}

Simplified Planner, Emily Ley, Daily PlannerFor 2018 I am trying out Emily Ley’s Simplified Planner. Specifically the daily Fancy Floral as seen above on the far right. I’m really excited!

It is a simple guide that walks you through setting good goals. Really digging deep into why it is important to you. Once you have the big goal the focus then turns to the smaller steps it will take to get there. Little by little progress each day, week, and month adds up. Other worksheets include the Goal Action Ideas, Monthly/Weekly/Daily Tending Lists, Relationship Tending, Cultivating Gratitude, Big Dreams page for big ideas, What Fires Me Up, Things I Want to Learn/Things I Learned, and more!

Who are PowerSheets for?

ANYONE! Seriously. Mom, student, entrepreneur, creative – anyone in any season and any stage of life! It’s a grace-filled guide to help you figure out what exactly it is that you want. The main focus is progress and not perfection. the PowerSheets aren’t so you can make it all happen. It’s so you can make the right things happen.

2018 PowerSheets Intentional Goal Planner

How did I use them?

I decided to start using it when postpartum was difficult. I knew I needed to put some focus on myself to get out of the funk of all the hormones. I knew just thinking about what I needed to do was not going to work. I needed it down on paper. I needed to be able to track it. I began with making sure I was eating well, praying, reading my Bible, sleeping enough, exercising, reading good books, etc. So how did this translate over onto my Tending List? A short version of the ones listed above would have looked like this:

Monthly:

  • Read one book

Weekly:

  • Read Bible

  • Meal Plan

Daily:

  • In bed by 10

  • Exercise

  • Get outside

This is just a very quick example of how it could be written. Each tending list had more to it and was more detailed. After months of doing this I have felt so much better! I am proud of myself for sticking with it a pushing myself on other goals. I love checking in and seeing where I am at for the month. Some months I make lots of progress and have multiple goals checked off. The next month I may only have a couple. THAT’S OK! Again, it is about the little steps to get to the bigger pciture.

The Quick Details:

  • The One Year Goal Planner is 188 pages at $55 {available only in white}

  • The 6 month options are 128 pages at $40 {available in Teal, Poppy Pink, and White}

  • There is a new sticker book for 2018 for $12 and new tending {washi} tape as well! Check out all the accessories and the new accessory bundle

Happy Goal Setting friends!