Ready for a new month of writing. I need the clarity a calendar and planner gives me. If you are the same, feel free to download the free PDF pages from the Book Your Year Planner – 90 days at a time and get into the flow of your writing dream and commitment.
In this post
- Direct links to the previously shared free PDF printables
- Direct link to a new free printable from the Book Your Year planner
Write down your appointments and mark the available days for writing and reading. My goal for February 2021 is to stay on track with the reading challenge I am taking part of and to take active part in the online writing group I joined in January. What is your writing goal for February?
To stay on track and not be too distracted by a new idea I write down what my focus will be each week. I do this by answering the two questions at the top of the weekly calendar.
I am still working through the book Save the Cat writes a novel. So for the first week of February 2021, I am researching/exploring the debate beat and follow up with the break into two and the B story for the remaining weeks.
My weekly journal questions I still get from the worksheet from the blog post weekly journal questions from the first quarter
When I tic of every circle for a full month of writing, the reward will be a new journal. How many days will you be writing in February? it doesn’t have to be every day to trigger the reward. You decide
However, if you go for a full month of writing it becomes easier if you know how you spend your time during a day. To track that easily the new addition to the planner is this daily schedule.
Have fun planning and hopefully it will mean a good month of writing and reading.
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