I’ve always loved making New Year’s resolutions. Even if not all of them end up happening, the act of giving myself the time and grace to think about how I want to improve is cathartic! That’s why a “productivity printable” — usually an artistic blank list — shows up here on the blog about once a year. Since it’s the beginning of a new year, there’s no better time than now to showcase all of these productivity printables in one article! Use them as you please to get yourself organized and centered.
This 4-page worksheet helps you make “bulletproof” goals by helping you come up with game plans. In the worksheet, you’ll work to identify your goals. Then, you’ll consider why you want to achieve those goals, and you’ll come up with quantities and milestones to work towards.
Oftentimes, reaching goals is all about keeping them on display. This goal list makes that easy! Write your goals inside, then use your favorite medium to add a pop of color to the border. Then, put the goal list somewhere you can see it all year long.
If you like an embellished look, this goals sheet is just your speed. Print it out, cut along the contours of the flourishes, and use a pretty calligraphy style to write out your goals for the year.
This goal list goes back to basics with a simple floral border. Use calligraphy or your everyday handwriting to fill the page with your goals, then find an 8″ x 10″ (20.3 cm x 25.4 cm) frame to display it in. Again, year-long display is one of the tricks to staying on top of achieving your goals!
The ombre watercolor goal list is the first that was ever posted on the TPK blog. It’s for the purist: nice and simple. Print it out, then write down your goals either on the blank or the lined version. As with other goal list concepts, I recommend displaying it all year long!
This weekly planner — created using the watercolor calligraphy technique — can be used year-round to keep your to-do lists on track. Print off a bunch of copies, put them in a binder, and make to-do lists as you go!
If you like a little bit more structure in your week, try out this plant-themed weekly planner! To use it, you’ll start off by writing your three goals for the week. Then, write in dates, and make checklists as the week progresses.
This meal planner channels bright Italian motifs! I love how it looks hanging on my refrigerator, neatly filled out and ready to help me navigate the week.
I don’t fill out meal plans as much as I’d like to — which is something I hope to change this year! With the help of a planner like this one, you can figure out what to make and exactly what to buy at the grocery store. Good for the budget and for peace of mind!
If you’re feeling especially motivated to organize yourself for 2022, check out this article. In it, you’ll find some incredible bullet journal examples from Geni Brant, one of the most creatively organized people I’ve ever met! Last year, Geni and I worked together to make Creative and Collected: An Assortment of Lifestyle Worksheets.
Creative and Collected was supposed to disappear from the Digital Catalog yesterday evening. However, I’m extending its availability — and the availability of two other planner products — given their relevance to this article. They will be available through Friday morning (January 7th). Find all of the last chance productivity printables in the TPK Catalog here.
Here’s wishing you a happy, productive, and prosperous 2022! You deserve the best.