Is your head spinning from everything you have to do? You don't know which way to turn? I can help. Cross my heart and a pinkie swear.
If you need help organizing your day to day, a place to list your to-dos and check things them off so you actually feel like you've accomplished something, then this is for you.
A free printable weekly planner. You can three hole punch it and stick in a binder, if you're a binder kind of person. Or not. Your call.
People will call you organized. You'll start to feel like a weight has been lifted off your shoulder by the mere act of organizing your to do list. You'll be referred to as 'the one that gets things done' from here on in.
Are you ready for all the responsibility that comes with that?
Then go ahead- download and print.
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Hey, did you notice the new button in the sidebar? This one...........
I'm going back to school. Not in the traditional sense, but still.
I've wanted to take this course for quite awhile and I missed out on the last one because I hit the 'register for this class' button, too late. The class was full. I could have kicked myself in the pants. I was determined not to let that happen this time.
The course is offered by one of my favorite bloggers, the very talented Holly Becker of decor8.
I love Holly's sense of style, how she manages to juggle a gazillion things and still make it all work, and of course, her blog.
I'm really looking forward to this and am hoping I will be able to soak up lots of good information from Holly and the other teachers (Naomi of Bakers Royale and Lisa of Liz and Jewels and Holly's husband Thornsten). They'll be covering topics like: staying true to your brand, turning ideas into actions, current blog trends and predictions, growing your audience, photography, photo styling, camera settings, macro photography....the list goes on. It's going to be a jam packed 4 weeks at a time of year that is notoriously busy for me.
I'm up for it though, and hope to finally be able to make the Muse the place I dream of it being and better place for you and I to be.
A Question for You
Karen, over at The Art of Doing Stuff, asked her readers 'where they were' today and I think it's a fun idea. I know some of you are in the US, some in Europe, down under and beyond.
So I'm just wondering, where are right now? Give me the details. I'll start.
I'm in Stratham, New Hampshire, USA. 10 minutes for the coastline of the Atlantic. 15 minutes to Maine, 15 minutes to Massachusetts. I'm typing away from my home office, which in all actuality is a corner of my living room sectioned off with a bookcase that has some open cubicles to I can spy my office companion Lucan across the room.
Here we are. Friday again. I'm ready. This song just makes me feel good, just like new shoes. A good way to start the weekend. Click here if you're reading by email.
No set plans here, though I will most definitely be celebrating my birthday which happens to be Monday. That's the way I roll. Milk the birthday for as long as possible.
What's happening in your world?
Oh hey, don't forget to comment here, for your chance to win my Emerson quote print!
Make it a good one, gang and I'll do the same.
Ciao for now,