Intent is the act of following through with a plan in a purposeful, directed manner. To put it another way, it’s living with a purpose.
Isn’t that how we all want to live our lives? Sometimes, we just need a system for planning out that intent. That’s where the 2019-2020 Year of Intent comes in.
I wanted to create a complete organizational resource for planning and executing a life that’s intentional and meaningful. With this set of over 70 planner printables, you’ll be able to plan and live your most organized, purposeful life.
Hi! I’m Leslie, and I’m the blogger behind LambertsLately.com, where I discuss life, beautiful finds, and anything home. On my blog, I absolutely love talking about homemaking: cleaning, recipes, organization, and even the occasional mishap.
I am a self-professed organization junkie. Anything that helps myself and others organize their time and energy in a more efficient way absolutely makes me giddy. After my successful cleaning ebook and freezer meal plans, the natural next product for me to release was a way for readers to organize their time in the most intentional way possible.
“Intent” was kind of my word for 2018, when I released the first edition of The Year of Intent. I wanted to start organizing my time in a way that made it as productive and effective as it could be. As I started to think about ways I organized my time, I thought it would be a great idea to share my organization methods with readers. Thus, The Year of Intent was born!
In this collection of over 70 pages of coordinated printables, you’ll get organizational tools to effectively plan out many different aspects of your busy life, including goals, schedules, activities, health, fitness, finance, and overall productivity. Your life includes so many different categories; your planner should as well!
With your purchase, you’ll receive a digital file (in both full and half-page sizes) of every printable listed above. The great thing about receiving this as a digital copy is the opportunity to pick and choose what matters most in your planner. You can print as many copies of each page as needed; on the other hand, if you don’t need a page, that’s ok! There’s no point in cluttering your planner (after all, we’re aiming to live with intent, not fluff). If something doesn’t apply to you, simply leave it out!
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