Project Planner

A Project Planner To Help Get Organized

We are all busy women and setting aside a little time for your creativity can be a real challenge. Living a lifestyle that allows you to create takes dedication and commitment and it is not always a priority.

If you have other priorities that must come higher on the list, then the only solution is to sntich time from activities that are not. The best way I have found to do this is to find smaller snippets of time and slot in mini activities. Even 10 minutes will allow for a phone call, another coat of paint or another quick paper rub. For those who have transferred images will know what I am referring to here :-).

This has worked so well for me that I now have a list on the wall with times at the top and things that fit below. I was amazed at how much more I had accomplished. Five minutes dotted throughout the day add up to quite a bit of new found time at week’s end.

Personally, organization is not one of my strengths.  I flit from one project to another and many sit 90 percent completed.  Is this you?  Maybe not.  If you are a finisher, I admire you and am green with envy. 

To help those of us who need to find more time and get organized, we made this pretty planner for you and we kept it simple.  When I actually use a planner, I see the results.

The completed sheets and photos could be kept in a book.  A journal would be created.  You would have a record of all your projects, the skills you have learned, the progress you have made, the fun you had in creating and the bloopers along the way.  I think we need to make some wooden books.  What a great conversational piece this would be sitting on your table.

Below is the first of many projects planning sheets we will make for you.  I cannot wait to see what you fill your pages with. 

Just right click to download and save for printing.

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