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Free Printable Monthly Goal Planner

 I have been trying to find ways to get myself back on track after my big move, but because I haven't been using my planner I find that I am often overwhelmed with the enormity of what I have to do in a sea of never ending task. I am truly going to work this month to build up my planner and craft the perfect routine. 


I am currently finishing my bachelors degree in teaching, homeschooling my first grader, trying to build a consistent blogging/YouTube career and managing a household full-time. I am easily discouraged by the the feeling that simultaneously achieving these things is an impossible task. Hopefully by creating a routine and realigning my goals every month I can stick to a path that leads to my dreams. 


My free printable goal planning sheet is in half-letter size (5.5 inch x 8.5 inch) and can be printed from the button below. I break down my monthly goals in 7 life sections that include:



Education & Career






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