Planning Worksheets: FREE Printable

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Okay, okay.  I know it may be somewhat "old school," but I love using a hard copy daily planner.  To be fair, there are still a lot of people that agree with me.  Just ask Erin Condren's 500k following on Instagram ๐Ÿ˜ƒ A lot of my fellow paper lovers like a planner that includes goal settings sheets, checklists and loads of extra paper and places for notes as well.  This keeps you on task, but also gives you a space to brainstorm and think deeper - these are things you just can't really get with an app.

There is actually research to back up why writing things down by hand has several benefits.  Besides the fact that you have to slow down for a moment and be mindful of what you are writing, it also helps you remember things better.  I still use my Google Calendar, but when I book weddings I always grab my daily planner and write it in there as well.  I mean what if Google Calendars has some kind of cray cray glitch all of a sudden?!  Knowing when my weddings are is numero uno and I need that information in hard copy form.

The other thing that I think is really important is finding the right paper materials when making plans or setting goals.  I seek out beautiful products that inspire me.  It just makes planning more fun and visually interesting!

With all this being said and without further ado, I am launching this gorgeous set of FREE Planning Worksheets that you can download directly from my website!  Whether you are planning a wedding or not, there are several options that are non-wedding related and could work for anyone in their everyday life.

So head over to the Freebies page and grab yours today!  I hope you love them!

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This packet includes:

  • Weekly Planner
  • Daily Planner
  • Goal Planner
  • Note Pad

* As a BONUS for brides, I have included a visual Vendor Checklist with suggestions on things to ask each of your wedding vendors.  I have kept the suggestions short, sweet and to the point.  These are the very types of questions I ask vendors for my clients, so they are extremely relevant and very important.