What Does Tomorrow Hold? {Free Printable}

I woke up Saturday morning with my to do list running through my head. I often only have weekends to get “me” things done…and every week that list starts with a couple of things and grows to about 20 by the time Saturday rolls around.

This Saturday, I was also invited to an event, one that promised to discuss the mind-body connection, renewal of the mind, and breaking old patterns. All of these things I need as I move forward trying to build my business.

I wake up most days tired, not only from my girls not sleeping through the night, but from my mind racing of all the things I want to do, beyond my regular to do list.

Getting there was another issue, having to get some cleaning done before I left the house. I was a few minutes late, but right in time to get into it.

One of the activities we did was to figure out what was standing in our own way. What mental blocks kept us from making progress. What do we need to release in order to add more to our lives? The group list ended up something like this:


Resentment – Jealousy – Hurt – Fear – Worthlessness – Procrastination – Mistrust – Anger – Sadness – Judgment – Meekness – Despair – Unhappiness – Past – Debt – Impatience – Absence – Addiction – Loneliness – Wandering – Pity – Last


Love – Trust – Value – Integrity – Courage – Happiness – Peace – Joy – Strength – Freedom – Respect – Patience – Comfort – Acceptance – Honesty – Kindness – Presence – First


What I noticed was that no one wanted success, wealth or fame! Life has broken many of us and we aren’t able to get past our past.

I used to work for a business development company and they would say

The number one reason that a business doesn’t grow is because
the owner fails to get out of their own way. Is that you? Click to Share

For others, their past is not getting in their way, but they are not as productive as they could be. The session continued discussing all of the things we have to do each day.  How many of these are needs and how many are wants? How many will we actually get to in one day?

You can start off tomorrow being more productive. Here are some tips to help you!

Get it Done Challenge
One Change

Thank you to Lisa from The Golden Spoons, who challenged myself and other bloggers at the start of 2015 to The 1 Word Challenge.  This weeks words were: Tomorrow, Guilty, Confused.






59 thoughts on “What Does Tomorrow Hold? {Free Printable}”

  1. Robin Rue (@massholemommy)

    I usually have a list of things that I do on a daily basis. By the time I am finished with my list, I feel pretty productive.

  2. I can totally relate to the lists running through your head. I have a trip coming up on Friday and it seems like I’ve written my lists down about 4 times but they are never ending!

  3. Oh my gosh, I am such a list maker! For everything! Even for pay days – even though I know exactly what needs paid & when & how much it is because it’s the same every month! HA!

    Thanks for linking up with us at the Best of the Blogosphere! 🙂

  4. Great printables! I have been all about printables lately, these will be printed! My days are so busy anymore I don’t know what I’m doing half the time!

  5. What a great challenge! Working in chunks definitely helps me a lot. If I have one big thing I have to spend a lot of time on it just seems impossible, but if I work a bit then move to something else then come back to it I don’t tire of it and actually accomplish it.
    Thanks so much for linking up with the #bestoftheblogosphere

  6. These are really great looking printables. They look so perfect & inspiring as well. No one can really guess what is up for tomorrow & I guess positive attitude on the given day changes everything.

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  9. It’s nice that you were able to take part of a talk that involves changing your habits and improving. We all face different things everyday but in the end we all feel the same. It’s nice to make a change and be more productive.

  10. This is so important! We do often get in our own ways with all of our things we have to do. It is important to slow down and refocus. Getting a fresh perspective is also very important.

  11. I don’t really like the idea of struggling to finish the tasks that I need to accomplish for the day and it’s good to take a breather and just make a schedule that will be convenient for you. I’m glad you went to the talk, you can learn a lot from talks like that! It’s definitely useful in our daily routines.

  12. I always looking more good things that I may comfortable making about something to do my list.! To be productive and consistent about it.

  13. I super like your printables! I can’t wait to print it and hang on our wall. This is a great reminder.

  14. I make lists on what bills I have due and when they are due. I have to write that same list out a couple times too… bad huh?
    I think I am afraid of not paying something on time lol.

  15. Leigh Anne Borders

    I write down lists all the time. I get sidetracked though frequently and forget what I had written done and fail to check it. I am trying to get better at that.

  16. I really love those printables. I need one of those hung up around my home. I could really use that kind of encouragement.

  17. Great stuff up there. Although in my opinion the “getting the hard part done” should be accompanied with a different motivating mindset. a lot of people know that and jump on the gun, only to fail when the going gets tough.

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