The 90 Day Plan

Video Notes

Your 90 day plan worksheet: Click the link and it will immediately download. You can then print out the worksheet and fill it in!

As I mentioned in the video above, it's important that you don't overcomplicate your plans because that can lead to overwhelm- the total opposite to how plans like these should make you feel! The worksheet is simple and will keep you focused. But, if you want to delve deeper into 90 day plans then take a look at the next video note...

The 12 Week Year: This book is written by Brian P Moran and it was the book that introduced me to the concept of 90 day plans. It's still my absolute favourite business book. If you like the idea of 90 day plans and you want to develop your strategy, buy the book.

Brian also offers a free 5 day course on his website that will help you understand 90 day plans a little more if you're dubious about them at the moment. 

Amber McCue: She wasn't mentioned in the video but Amber is another person who talks 90 day plans in her Planathon (a yearly bootcamp that helps female entrepreneurs plan for the following year.) 


Time management | How I plan my days, weeks and months

Video Notes

The Shelancer business plan: Need to create an income goal for the year? Use my business planner!

Need to cut down on the time you spend on social media? Schedule your posts in advance! My favourite social scheduling websites are Coschedule and Buffer. Coschedule is particularly awesome for Wordpress users because you can schedule your blog posts AND your social media posts from it, but Squarespace users can use it too.

Inbox Pause and Boomerang: You can use either of these Gmail add-ons to pause your inbox at the end of the work day. No emails on the evenings- woo!

Monthly Duty Day: I got this idea from Heart Love Always. Check out her blog post to see the kind of things she does on her duty days!

The Day Designer: This planner is beautiful and it has some awesome worksheets at the front to help you plan for the year ahead. It has a hefty price tag of £65 but it's a nice treat and a good investment. 

Paperchase: UK Shelancers, if you're looking for a basic planner then have a look at Paperchase. This is the planner I purchased last year and I loved it. This year I printed out some planner sheets and I bought this goooorgeous binder from Paperchase to put the sheets in.

The Simplified Planner: Simple and beautiful, but a little on the pricy side.

Paper & Prosper: They have a fantastic planner that is really actionable and will really help you make big plans. Unfortunately, it's a little on the ugly side. No need to fear though because you can buy their sheets, print them and put them in a cute binder!

Elle & Co planner: This month I signed up for Lauren's library and downloaded her 2016 planner. I've printed it out to use over the next twelve months and I've already been using it tons! It really is great, I recommend it for sure you guys. :)