Free Printable Gratitude Log For Your Planner

Find out how to use this free printable gratitude log in your planner to help you remember & focus on all that you have to be thankful for!

Since this past weekend was Thanksgiving weekend, I wanted my freebie inserts to be themed around gratitude. This week’s freebie insert is this undated Gratitude Log. With that in mind, I thought I’d do a little bit of a different post and share with you some of the things I am grateful for.

I am grateful for;

  • My family – my husband and my two gorgeous boys
  • My friends near and far
  • The roof I have over my head
  • Enough money to feed and clothe my family
  • The support from my husband in my business adventure
  • The chance I was given to say a final goodbye to my mum
  • The past (good and bad) because it gave me the life I lead today
  • The Planner Community for supporting me in realizing my dreams
  • The sleepless nights my boys give me because it means I get even more cuddles
  • My health
  • Being able to stay home with my boys and getting to watch them grow up
  • Dr P for diagnosing and treating my endometriosis and enabling me to become a mum

This year I have made huge changes to my life. I was very unhappy working my 9-5 job and missing out on my son growing up. Like a lot of families, modern day living had made it impossible for me to stay home.

In 2015, I fell pregnant for the second time but this pregnancy was not straight forward. Due to Placenta Previa, I spent my whole pregnancy on edge. Following a hugely complicated C-Section delivery, I was left feeling more grateful for my life and those people in it than I’d ever felt before. I decided there and then that life is far too short and decided to make some major changes in my life. I resigned from my job and focused on my Etsy store full time so that I could stay home with my babies.

Resigning from my corporate job was just the first step I took. My corporate job had worn me down and washed me out.  I have spent a lot of time this year rebuilding my confidence and practicing mindfulness and positivity. I was mostly a “my glass is half empty” kind of girl.

I have really enjoyed the road to rediscovery. Next year, I plan to make a point of journalling my gratitude and keeping a daily photo journal to remind me of all the every day things that I should be grateful for that I quite often over look.

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Free Printable Gratitude Log

To help me practice gratitude, I will be using the free Gratitude Log that I have designed exclusively for the Planner Squad. As with all of my printable freebies, the Gratitude Log comes in personal size and A5. The personal size Gratitude Log comes with crop marks to enable you to easily trim the inserts down to size. The Gratitude Log is undated and is numbered from 1 – 31 to allow for each day of the month.

What are you most grateful for? How do you practice gratitude in your daily life? Comment below and let us know.

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FREE Printable Watercolor Planner Stickers

Free Printable Watercolor Planner Stickers-Planner Squad

These free printable planner stickers are contributed to Planner Squad by the lovely Kristin of Intentionally Inspired.  Discover more about Kristin, her blog, and Etsy shop by scrolling down.

Can’t we all use a touch of beauty in our lives each and every day?  Something-even small-that makes the corners of our mouths turn up as our entire face lights up.  Sweet and pretty reminders that we are loved and to go bravely into this world.

These free printable stickers for your planners bring those happy thoughts to mind whenever I gaze upon them.  Don’t you agree?

I am known far and wide as a tomboy-a title that I heartily embrace.  I am much more comfortable at a sporting event than shopping for high heels any day.

That’s why I think that I am the one most shocked that I find myself pulled to softer, more feminine touches when it comes to planning. I typically shy away from floral or pastel anything.  It’s not that I don’t like it-but it’s just not me.

When I started my adventures in planning, I found myself oohing and aahing over delicate, floral cardstock and gorgeous, glittery washi.   Sticker sheets that I printed were full of pastels and flowers.  Who was this planner woman?

I think that planning has been beneficial for me in so many ways.  Sure, I am able to be better organized, feel less stressed, and get more done.  Yes, I enjoy my special planner time that’s just for mommy.

But, I did not anticipate these avenues that have been unleashed.  My creativity AND my femininity!

I feel free to explore my creative side through my planners.  I have always loved to dabble in arts & crafts.  (I worked at Michael’s for over a year during grad school.  It was a miracle that I ever brought home my paycheck!)  Now, I find myself daydreaming over what washi I may use for my next spread and collecting pens to practice hand lettering.

I also feel free drawn to soft, vintage papers, stickers, and washi.  I find these light and airy touches to my spreads are calming and make me happy to use.Happy Iris Watercolor Planner Stickers-Planner Squad

 

Free Printable Watercolor Planner Stickers-Happy Iris

Happy Iris Watercolor Planner Stickers are exclusively found on Planner Squad.  They are a beautiful addition to your collection.  These stickers include reminders and uplifting phrases that will add to a positive feel to any planner spread.

Happy Iris Watercolor Planner Stickers-Planner Squad

I am very pleased to share Kristin, one of our Squadettes, free printable watercolor planner stickers with you.  Her Happy Iris collection is darling (had to use one of her favorite words!).  To download your free printable watercolor planner stickers, click here to find these beauties and other Planner Squad goodies.

Kristin can be found sharing her darling creations over at Intentionally Inspired.  Make sure to follow her on these social media.  She has an active Facebook Group called Pretty Plan-It.  Also, she has opened an Etsy shop where you can purchase her delightful goodies and finds.

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