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Pleasing Projects insert|from http://perfectplanners.co.uk

This is going to be a good week. How do I know?

It’s only Monday and I’ve made a new resource for you!

After a fortnight of blerg*, when both weeks qualified as ‘could have been better’, this week I’m back to feeling like my usual inspired and energised self. Which is just as well, because I have one big project coming to a major milestone, two special commissions starting and an office to go and look at for when the Planners is big/busy enough to move in. (October - I’m looking at you!)

I realised a while ago I wanted to include something along the lines of my (now defunct) Pleasing Projects book in the Planner, but it didn’t sit quite right putting them into the Starter Kit. How on earth could I gauge how many you might need in any given period of time?

Then this morning, as I had another of those ‘I just need to get everything out of my head’ moments - inspiration hit. If I make it a free resource we can all just print it out as and when we like and I don’t have to worry about trying to guess at your life, and you don’t have to worry about trying to remember all the tiny things you want to remember for a project but aren’t ready to schedule just yet!

TaDa! Your Perfectly Pleasing Projects insert is born

It’s super easy to use:

  1. Print it off in multiples of two (double-sided)
  2. Chop down the middle (in line with the marks)
  3. Punch holes over the ‘+’ marks and it will fit your Perfect Planner binders perfectly.

I’m going to keep a couple of blank sheets in my day-to-day planner for new projects that come up while I’m out and about, and keep completed sheets in my ‘at home’ folder, to refer in my planning sessions. I know other tasks will crop up, but if I’m ever stuck for what to do next on my project, that list is now my first port of call. (And reviewing the time line every week will keep me on track too!)

Click here to download the Pleasing Projects insert now and leave a note in the comments to let me know what you think.

Happy planning!
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*technical term.