*Updated for 2020 :)
Hi teacher friends!
It's a brand new year and I'm super pumped! It's mid-January and I'm already knee deep in sticky notes with new ideas, computer files with "in progress" TpT resources for you, and a whole lotta chai tea to keep me goin'!
The way I see it, there are two kinds of people in this world, those who see the new year as a time for reflection, change, and goal-setting...and those who only see change in terms of the calendar they are using.
Can you guess which category I fall into? :)
Yep, I'm totally the first. I start reflecting, planning, and goal-setting long before the ball drops on NYE. Come Jan. 1st my mojo is LIT and I'm revving for all of the new possibilities a new year brings.
This year, you could say there is A LOT of newness that will be heading my way in the coming months. Besides [huge] plans for TtW currently taking shape, I'm looking forward to lots of travel, new experiences, work-life change, and (perhaps the greatest, most awesome change of all)... motherhood!
Shewww...it's lookin' to be a busy, but totally dream-worthy 2019!
And I can't wait to share it all with you as the year unfolds.
But for now, I'm dropping a FREE RESOURCE to help YOU get your new year revving too.
It never fails that one of my new year intentions is to bring more organization and structure into my life, this year most notably my work life. So to help with this, I created a set of desktop organizers to help me stay organized for THE ENTIRE YEAR...
or at least help my desktop stay organized, the rest of me we shall see ;)
And because I love you, I want you to have them too!
I don't know about you, but I'm constantly creating, downloading, and moving files around on my computer. For me, there's nothing more off-putting than opening my computer and seeing a bunch of random files floating around the screen without rhyme or reason. So I created this desktop organizer to provide a little structure [with super cute designs, to boot!].
Use the organizers in whatever way makes the most sense to you. For me, I use one section for files I am working with "Now", another section for files I can deal with "Later", an additional section I call "Other" with personal files I like to reference daily, and finally the larger section I use for organizing my project folders.
It's a relatively simple thing to add to your life, but believe me, it'll make you feel like a diva whose totally got her life together [one organized file at a time].
So GRAB YOUR DOWNLOAD NOW and set your intention for productivity, organization, and creativity during this new year! It's going to be an EPIC one!
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