I like Christmas well enough, but really it’s the new year that gets me excited. I love the idea of a clean slate, a do-over. A chance to try again, to make new goals and start new systems. I don’t make resolutions — instead, I like to look back over the past year to see what worked, and figure what I can build on in the next 12 months. I’m also a big fan of choosing a word for the year to give me a guiding light to follow when the way gets murky (and the way always gets murky). I’ll be sharing my word here next week — it’s one of my favourite posts to write.
So with all that in mind, I have a little something for you.
It’s a 16-page workbook to help you unravel your year ahead and say farewell to the year behind.
I created something similar last year, but this year’s is bigger and more thorough. I’ve been doing a lot of journalling recently and wanted to make something I could put it in my Creative Dream Journal* currently housed in an old Filofax, so I printed out the worksheets at A5 size (super easy – just set your printer to print 2 pages on an A4 sheet of paper and cut in half) and punched holes in the sides.
We’ve got 10 days left of this year and I’m ready to start unravelling my intentions for the next 12 months. You feelin’ it too? Click the link above to download the workbook, print it out and find your favourite pens. Then pour or make your favourite drink and get stuck in! Let’s do this!
* more on that soonPosted on 21-12-2011