Friday, March 04, 2016

{free printable intentions worksheet + cards}

Happy Friday friends!

I want to talk a bit today about intentions and how I'm setting some for myself during my sabbatical. I shared earlier this week about how having all of this free time has felt scary and paralyzing, but now that I'm a few full days into this break, I already feel lighter and know I'll be able to make wonderful use of this time. 

With that said, I'm not a huge goal or list maker. I tend to follow my intuition and what feels right for me on a given day. So instead of making a ginormous list of goals or tasks for my sabbatical, I'm writing down my intentions - areas I want to work on like practicing my hand lettering, branching out into different areas of illustration, pulling out my wacom tablet and trying more digital drawing, exercising, cooking more, and spending more time with my boys and husband.

Each day I want to be aware of these intentions and focus on the ones that come up for me the most strongly that day. 

To help me along in that process, I've created an Intention Worksheet and Intention Cards that I also want to share with you! 

If you follow me on Instagram I gave you a peek into the doodles I used to create them a few days ago...

I'm having lots of fun with new lettering and used some of those new styles in these. 

The finished printables are colorful and I hope they inspire you to set some intentions!

{click on the images below to download}

You can use these daily, weekly, monthly or any which way you want to help you focus on your intentions for your life, work, or creative goals.

Pin the worksheet up over your desk, in your kitchen, next to your bathroom mirror - wherever you need a reminder of the things you want to be intentional about with your time.

Fill out the individual cards and choose one or two each day to focus on. 

I would love to see how you make these your own. You can tag me on Insta and use #thisgirlsintentions to share how you are using them!

Wishing you a March full of fulfilled intentions and time for rest!


1 comment:

Suzanne said...

We were just talking about writing down business goals in my entrepreneurship class.

"According to a study done by Gail Matthews at Dominican University, those who wrote down their goals accomplished significantly more than those who did not write down their goals."

From this article:


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