With the new year come resolutions. Or maybe you’ve never been very good at keeping them so you no longer try. Or maybe you think they are silly and never started. I like them. I like to come up with one that is manageable and won’t make me feel like crap in two weeks. I also like to track progress. I liked putting a sticker on my board when I passed the spelling test in grade school. If it was good enough for me then, it’s good enough for me now.
I made a board to track my progress. You can download one below and do it, too. Simply write in at the top what you are trying to do every day this year (exercise, make dinner, talk to someone new, write a letter, draw, walk to work, etc…). Each square corresponds to the day of the month so when you do it, cover the square. Go you!
I put a stamp over every day that I did my resolution. The hope is seeing how much I’ve done will keep me going all year long. Plus, seeing the grander scheme, when I miss a few days, I will see it’s no big deal. It’s just a couple days. There are many others.
Download the 2010 Daily Resolution Record here. (1 page, 34 KB)