Well, folks, it's 2016 and that means it's time to get my butt in gear around here. I have gotten several pointed emails from dedicated readers (cough, mom, cough cough) asking me when in the world I plan to return to my O.I. duties. I think I have finally managed to settle into the routine of a full time job again, though (silly me) I have taken on a lot more side projects than I planned to . . . so free time is still a bit of a mirage.
Nevertheless, I am happy to report that I have accomplished one major to do list item in recent weeks: I have reworked my annual free calendar and to do list printables for your downloading and organizing pleasure (see 2014 here and 2015 here)! I know these yearly docs have some major fans out there, so I knew I couldn't let too much 2016 time go by before delivering them to you. So, without further ado, here are this year's offerings! (Click on the descriptive links to download.)
. . . a weekly to do list and monthly planner in 8.5" x 11" format, ideal for desktop goals and big ideas . . .
. . . a three month at-a-glance planner and goal list in 8.5" x 11" format, just right for getting through the semester (or just until the weather breaks!) . . . .
. . . . a monthly planner and goal list in 4" x 6" format (printable on blank index cards in your home printer!), just right for nailing down your #squadgoals and vacation plans . . .
. . . a simple to do list (for daily, weekly, monthly or really any tasks) in 4" x 6" format; fits in your purse, need I say more?
. . . and, finally, a weekly planner in 4" x 6" format, perfect for storing in a notebook, sticking on your fridge, taping to your door or really anywhere that helps you remember the 8 million things you are supposed to be doing (basically, I am saying put them everywhere!).
Hope you like these guys! Let me know if there is anything else you would like to have in this group and I will do my best to whip something up. Here's to a happy, healthy and obsessively organized 2016!