Free Daily Planner and Word Art Printable PDFs

Happy Monday!



This week, in celebration of my birthday, I sending out three free printables, rather than just one. My birthday bundle includes a pretty floral day planner and two matching word art printables - perfect for your home or work office. 
 

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Take Back Your Time Day Planner

Today is Full of Possible Word Art
If Opportunity Doesn't Know Word Art  
 
It's hard to believe we are almost half-way through October! I've been busy working on some bigger projects and launching a brand new shop over at The BOM - be sure to check it out!
 


I'd love to hear what projects and goals you have planned for the fall. Be sure to connect with my on Facebook and Pinterest, for more life design resources! 
 

Want more life design resources? Be sure to connect with me on Pinterest, where I post free planners, printables (and sometimes inappropriate) word art! :) 

Have a lovely week! 



Lorri - The Barefoot Office Mom 

Free Habit Tracker Printable PDF

Happy Monday! This week’s free printable is a Daily Habit Tracker, to help you stay on track for whatever big beautiful goals you’ve set for yourself.

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Have you ever started a new habit only to forget about it by day 3 or 4? I’ve done this so. many. times. I start out with the best of intentions only to give up out of boredom, frustrations or fear.

Part of my trouble is that often the goals I pick for myself - the habits I want to change - are not the rights ones for me.

For example, I’d see a photograph of Kate Winslet or Reese Witherspoon look fabulous at 40 in a bikini, and I think “Hey - I’m 40! I should look like, that right? I need to start exercising more, every day!”  

And I’d set up an elaborate work out plan and be motivated to stick with for approximately 72 hours before I crash and burn.

This type of fear based motivation (comparing yourself to everyone else) can only carry you so far. When you set a goal and work to change or establish a new habit in order to reach that goal, you know exactly WHY that goal is important to you.  

Your WHY is the motivation that will keep you going, even when you don’t feel like it.

For me, deep down, I’m pretty comfortable with my body. I exercise to feel good, not to shimmy into a bikini.  And if I am being totally honest with myself, I don’t really care if I look like Kate or Reese. What’s important to me (my WHY) is taking care of myself both physically and emotionally - which exercise helps me do.

Do you struggle with setting the right goals for yourself? I’ve put together a FREE WORKBOOK to help busy women just like you set and get the right goals. You can grab it in our Free Resources Library.  

 

What are some habits in your life that you are trying to change?  I’d love to know what's on your Habit Tracking Worksheet! Drop me a line over at Facebook or Instagram and be sure to follow me on Pinterest for even more Life Design resources.

Are you ready to create a life you love?

Lorri


Free Monthly Dividers | PDF Life Design Planner Printables

Happy Monday! It’s officially Autumn! Yay! While Pumpkin Spice is not my thing, I do love the start of a new season!


This week’s free printable is a set of pretty floral monthly dividers. You can use these for dividing up your personal planner, in your family budget binder, or for other projects that require time management.  


I like to use these pretty printables as part of my life design toolkit, to help me plan out my goals and inspired action for the coming year.


And remember, no one says you have to wait until january to start a new project or get started  on a big idea. You can start planning today for the things you’d like to accomplish in 2019!


Other resources you might like:

2019 Floral Monthly Calendar

Autumn Inspired Day Planner

Daily Work Organizer


How are you going to use your Free Monthly Calendar Divider Printables? Leave a comment below of tag me on Instagram @lorri_barefootofficemom.

Daily Work Planner Printable

Happy Monday!

This week's free printable is all about taking control of your workday.  I developed this printable as a way to take back my time in the office.   There's a space for ideas, to do's, appointments and priorities.  I also added a section called "tomorrow" so I had a place to jot down notes that I needed to remember for the next day.  

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In case you missed last week's newsletter, you can still download your free Wheel of Life worksheet and 
my Big Beautiful Goals workbook in the Free Library at The BOM (tell your friends!).  

 What areas would you like to change in your life? I'd love to hear about them! Be sure to connect with my on Facebook and Pinterest, for more life design resources! 
 

  Want more pretty planners?

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Autumn Inspired Daily Planner in 4 Colors 

Want more life design resources? Be sure to connect with me on Pinterest, where I post free planners, printables (and sometimes inappropriate) word art! :) 

Have a lovely week! 



Lorri - The Barefoot Office Mom 

Your Not To Do List

Are you good about taking time for yourself? Or is doing stuff for your yourself the last thing on your to-do list?


That seems to be the common theme among the women I work with.


Everyone else is a priority and if they have extra time (and energy) leftover, they may practice some healthy self care. Or they may just binge on OITNB, while eating Doritos and drinking wine.

 

 Either way, these women are not making enough time to take care of themselves properly.  

 

To help you avoid this pitfall, I’m sharing this week’s Free Printable: Your Not To-Do List. It’s a new life design tool I discovered over at Pinterest and instantly fell in love.

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Your Not To-Do List is simple to use. You simply list everything that’s going on in your life - things you need to do, stuff your thinking/ worrying about in one column, like a vertical brain dump.

 

  • Things other people can do - this includes your kids, spouse, ex-spouse, coworkers, or hired help.

     

  • Stuff out of my control - all the things you worry about that you have no say over (a flight being late, a layoff at work, your kids report card, will Piper ever get out of jail?)

 

  • Stuff that drains my energy - what or who is sucking your soul dry? Get ‘em off your list and read more about how to deal with energy draining activities here. 
     

  • Stuff that doesn’t really have to get done - You know, that one thing that you really, really, really plan to do, but deep down you know you are never going to get around to it. Just take it off the list already.



Anything left in the main column is really the only stuff you should focus on. I find this exercise extremely helpful when I am feeling overwhelmed by life. Because, I don’t know about you, but when I start to worry, it can quickly snowball into THE SKY IS FALLING and THE WORLD IS ENDING.


Taking some time to think about what I really need to do, versus what I can let go, of helps me regain perspective and take action, rather than sit around worrying all day.

Life Design Printables


The Not To-Do List is part of our Life Design Series  available in the our Free Printables Library, along with our Perfect Day WorkbookEnergy Tracker Worksheet, and Design Your Day Planner.  Be sure to check them out!

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What are some things going on in your life, right now, that you could let go of?  I’d love to know what’s on your Not-To Do list! Drop me a line over at Facebook or Instagram and be sure to follow me on Pinterest for even more Life Design resources.

 

 Are you ready to create a life you love?

 

Lorri

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