Free Worksheets for Your New Year’s Resolutions

I’m thrilled to announce that the most-viewed page on my website has finally (finally!) been updated. Can you guess which page?

No, not my FAQs…but check ‘em out if you want to send me some cupcakes.

No, not my About page…although I’m très fascinating, non?

It’s my Worksheets page!

Seriously, this page gets 10 times as many views as anything else I publish. And I love it! When I visit a new website, I always zero in on the free stuff too.

At long last, I’ve updated the Worksheets page with all the latest additions from this past fall. I’ve also added some quote cards and posters in the mix just to keep you on your toes, plus instructions for the more in-depth worksheets.

Because I get so many questions about why my worksheets are un-editable PDFs, I’ve included a little background about why writing by hand is a foundation of my coaching practice.

Click here to check out the updated Worksheets page.

If you’re looking for some freebies to help you kickstart your new year’s resolutions, please check out my free worksheet bundle, the Productivity Power Pack. It’ll help you break down your goals, prioritize your tasks, and find your lost minutes so your can Get. Stuff. Done.

Thank you so much for downloading my worksheets and letting me know how much you enjoy them. I read all your emails, and I know you’ve been waiting for updates for a while. Thanks again for your patience!

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Do you like free printables such as worksheets and guidebooks?

In the comments below, share you favorite worksheet and what you’d like to see in the future.


  1. says

    Yay, can’t wait to check out the updated worksheets page! I love all of your worksheets. I’m definitely a list maker and I prefer to write my lists rather than type them. Even grocery lists… I find it easier to work from a written list than one on my phone. Anyway, thanks for all of the hard work!

    • says

      You’re welcome, Sarah. I’m glad you like my worksheets. I have at least 6 or 7 lists going at the same time, for anything you can think of. I get more done when I write things down by hand.

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