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Track your January Goals with this free PowerSheet

One of my goals for 2019 is to do a monthly downloadable for my readers. It’s a bit selfish of me really because the main reason I am doing this is because I am trying to become a master at InDesign and some of the other Adobe software programs. So to be the pokemon master – wait, I mean the Photoshop master, I am committing to creating a resource each month to help my readers.

The first resource is a free PowerSheet.

What is a PowerSheet?

A PowerSheet is a way to track your goals on a monthly basis. The idea is that setting yearly goals that are really big might be hard to achieve. So you should do is break those down into things you can do daily, weekly and monthly.

These smaller goals are stepping stones that will eventually help you reach your yearly goals!

Using the PowerSheet

This free PowerSheet is A4 with an inch gap on the left-hand side, meaning you are able to print and hole punch if you would like a hard copy. Alternatively, you can save it to your computer and run it through a program like PicMonkey, Canva, Photoshop or any other that allows you to add text and just add the information on like I have done in the example.

You can tick off when your goal is complete by using the checkboxes for monthly and weekly.

The numbers under the daily goals are to represent each day of the month. You can cross, tick or mark off when your goal is complete however you feel fit.

free powersheet

Free Powersheet Download

Click the above link to save the free PowerSheet to your computer!

My January Blog and Career Goals

If you have read my blog and career goals for 2019 post, you will notice a lot of these goals are steps to help my yearly goals.

My monthly goals of creating a downloadable in InDesign and completing my Illustrator course will help me to master the Adobe software. My goal of gaining 300 Twitter followers will help me towards my goal of reaching 15k by 2020 and updating my CV will help me to land my dream job.

You can see the same patterns in my weekly and daily goals!

Anyway, I hope you like my free PowerSheet! Let me know if you find it useful and if there are any other resources you would like me to create!

1. noun: a female blogger that writes about her own experiences, observations and opinions. 2. verb: to act like a complete idiot or to do something stupid. e.g: She did a Corinne.

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