Welcome to the last month of 2017 and the first day of opening your advent calendar. We have four advent calendars in the house so I think we might all get a chance to open it! After school obviously…
I’m so glad November is over. It has been a crazy month especially with car problems for both myself and my husband. November always ends well though with my youngest daughter’s birthday.
A printed version will be available soon too and if you are interested in getting your hands on a printed one, do let me know by getting in touch.
Here are some of the pages inside:
Some of the things included in this version of the planner are:
- Important tax dates for the first 3 months of the year
- Mileage tracker for your business miles
- Monthly calendar
- Yearly calendar
- Weekly appointment/timesheet over a two page spread
- A weekly things to do box
- A weekly exercise, water and menu planner and tracker
- Areas for reminders/ quotes/ doodles
There are so many amazing planners out there as I mentioned in this blog but I feel that it doesn’t quite cover everything which is why I’m always creating my own planners. If you need to schedule or keep track of your day on a half hourly basis and attempt to be healthy and keep track of your mileage for your business, then I think my planner is the best – Obviously!
A blogging business
If you are thinking of blogging and turning it into a business, you might be interested in reading this post on Accounting for Bloggers which can give you some idea on what you need to keep for business purposes.
A workbook for 2018
As it gets closer to the end of the year, its a good time to reflect back on the year and also to plan what you will be doing in the coming year. With this in mind I’ve also created a workbook to help you set your goals for the coming year. This can be purchased here for £3.95