Do you have trouble keeping your New Year’s Resolutions? You may want to try using reminder software of some kind or entering recurring events in your favorite calendar program. Moreover, If you are looking for something simple, download our Annual Calendar. If you have a single daily goal, you could also use one of our many other yearly calendars and check off the days as you go.
How far do you usually get without some way to keep track of your progress. Last year, using the checklist, I actually made it 3 whole months. This annual calendar is useful for many other things as well, such as a shift schedule, project planning, and even for keeping track of which child gets to pick the bedtime story.
This easy-to-use annual calendar is created for use as a checklist, specifically for New Year’s resolutions. However, it actually is used for many different purposes. It works for any of the year – just edit the year in cell A4 and all dates will update. Customize the spreadsheet, print out our checklist, then attach to your fridge, nightstand, dresser, etc.
Ways to use the Annual Calendar
- Resolution Checklist – Choose your top 3 most important resolution or goals and enter them on lines below each month. If your goals are based on certain days of the week, highlight those columns that may apply. As you accomplish each task or goal, check it off for that particular day.
- Shift Schedule – Enter names of teams or individuals in lines below each month and mark which days they are scheduled accordingly. Insert additional lines as required.
- Daily Task Checklist – If you have set of daily and weekly tasks, schedule for different days of the week, this calendar can be handy as a checklist.