1. Great encouragement and article life can get so overwhelming especially when we set unrealistic expectations of what we desire to do vs what we ought to do. I need to adapt this thinking as opossed to taking it all on at once I have to break it down and not jump from thing to thing. You’re post inspired me to step back and look at each task as opposed to doing a bit here a bit there resulting in it’s never done. I’m doing it . Thanks for the wisdom. ❤️

  2. This was such a great post. I am so impressed with how organized you are. I do 3 months out, but have never tried the whole year! You have inspired me!

    1. Lauren Dierschke says:

      Yay! I’m so happy this was helpful for you Kellie!

  3. Wonderful reading in start of 2017.
    Exactly you need to make your plan and creative ideas before actual work.So I love this! As a longtime B2B writer and emerging blogger, I’m never, ever content with what I do.

  4. Thanks so much for the glimpse behind the curtain. And I love your Washi tape pic!

  5. Thanks so much for this! I love getting a glimpse into how other people plan! I will definitely be doing this – you’ve inspired me!

    The only thing I’ll change is that I’ll need to stick my calendar up in 3 month lines (Jan-Feb-Mar/Apr-May-Jun etc). I think and work best in quarters like Kellie!

    Now all I need is more Washi tape! Who doesn’t? 🙂

    1. Hi Elisa,

      You’re so welcome! I’m so glad this post was so helpful!

      And I love love your idea of doing this a year at a glance and then separating it quarterly. I do find that we focus on 3 month chunks at a time anyways so separating the pages on the wall – or wherever – in 3 months lines would be perfect!!

      If you do this, I’d love to see a picture so get in touch!

  6. Thank you for sharing this! Got me inspired, ran out to get some washi tape and planned my whole year yesterday afternoon. It was just what I needed to jump start my year.

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