August 2021 is just around the corner. For me, that means that vacation time is soon here. So I made these free planner printables for August to make time for both family time and writing.
Besides the monthly, weekly, and daily pages, I also made a weekly writing schedule ready for download.
The writing schedule can be used in different ways. For example, you can use it to plan out how much you want to write each writing session. Or use it as a log to write down how much you wrote each time you had time to sit down to write. If you want to let the children in on some storytelling time, write down ideas for coming up with stories together.
Free planner printables to download
Before I fill out my plans and goals for a new month, I like to do a quick review of the previous month. It helps me to stay focused on what brings me joy.
Review the month
- Did I write – I wrote some blog posts, two pages of my book proposal, I wrote in my journal, and two chapters of my memoir
- Did I have fun – I had the most fun setting up the table of contents for my memoir on Scrivener
- What did I learn – I learned a lot from taking the Bestseller Masterclass by Gabby Bernstein
- Best book I read – The Ice Palace by Tarjei Vesaas
I try to make each blog post an opportunity to write and to have fun. So for this blog post use the review questions above to write down your own answers. And I hope you have fun planning out August.
If you do the review questions please share in the comments what the best book you read in July was. As they say a writer is also a reader.