Would you like to win one of Goddess Leonie’s Creating Your Goddess Year Workbook & Planner? If so, I have one to giveaway.
The 2012 Creating your Goddess Year workbook, planner & calendar is an incredibly popular & useful tool to help you plan out & make happen your most incredible year yet. Over the last three years, thousands of women have used this workbook with the most amazing results. It’s the best planning tool available to help you make your year more inspiring than ever.
It’s filled with over 100 pages of worksheets & a printable calendar to help you dream, manifest, set your intentions, plan & cultivate your amazing new year. The workbook has been lovingly handwritten & rainbow illustrated… perfect for you to print out, soak up the rainbow colours of & get thoroughly inspired by!
You’ll get clarity on what you need 2012 to be. What you want to create during it. And most importantly, how to make it happen.
What do I with my planner? Well, as much as I would love to print out the entire PDF in color, I don’t have a color printer, and color copies are not cheap. So, I print the pages that I love the most in color at a local print shop and then print out the rest in black & white. I fill out the colored pages and hang them around my workspace for inspiration throughout the entire year. Here is a photo of me with some of my pages from last year.
This year, I did do something fun with the calendar pages found at the end of the Guidebook. I printed out the calendar cover in color on card-stock and laminated it. I then printed out the rest of the calendar in black white and had it bound. Now, I have a fun and pretty calendar to keep track of our family’s daily activities & appointments. Thanks Goddess Leonie – I love it!
For a chance to win your own PDF copy of Creating My Goddess Year Workbook & Planner, simply leave a comment below telling me your best tip for staying organized. Mine: I write everything down, and I mean everything. CD laughs at my constant to-do lists, but I love crossing things off that list! And yes, I’m the girl with a pad of paper and pen on her bedside table and post-it notes in every drawer.