Tips From the Almost Always Organized Mom

Calendars are great. Too many calendars will lead to missed appointments. Try a variety of dayplanners or calender until you find one that works for you and get rid of the rest. — The Almost Always Organized Mom

Dec
31

Goal Setting for moms and families

Tomorrow marks the start of 2010 and this mom doesn’t do New Years resolutions. She sets goals and plans.  I usually draw a Life Map, though I admit I haven’t in over 3 years. Which is probably a good indicator of why I am feeling stagnant.

So for this almost always organized mom (or never organized at the moment), it’s time to go back to the beginning and set some goals for 2010 and the next three years. I wanted to share some free and affordable tools I located online to help you set goals for yourself and as a family.

Free setting goals workbook

Mom Goals offers tips and steps for setting goals for moms.
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101 goals in 1001 days. Offers a list of goal setting and goal tracking worksheets and printables.

Tony Robbins has a great article explaining how to set your Personal mission statement. A first step in goal setting. Click here

Of course there are a lot of great goal setting resources for moms over at ListPlanIt.com as well.

dayplanners for moms

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