…Ok, maybe not “fun”, but at least less-boring!
I adore (and at times, I’m obsessed with) all things technology. HOWEVER, I’ve always been a HUGE fan of writing down lists, important dates, and session/appointment times….and I was pleased to find that a fellow music therapist, Michelle, also partook in this “old school” task! (See her blog post here).
Here is my over-enthusiastic response to her blog post…
I’m the same way!! I loooove iCal, but for on-the-go and ever-changing schedules, weekly printed calendars are the way to go (and there is something about the process of pen to paper that I enjoy!). The downside? My handwriting is reminiscent of a 7 year old boy.
Which leads me to….
Free stuff and my favorite ACL moments:
Because I have to spend my time tonight figuring out session plans, schedules, and meetings for this upcoming week, this blog post will be short…but with TONS of links to free schedules/goal charts, etc.!
(I have a good excuse for a short blog post, though…I was given the opportunity to go backstage at the Austin City Limits festival, where I was able to listen/see Iron & Wine, Ray Lamontagne, Fitz & the Tantrums, Wanda Jackson, and more! Oh, and I stood next to Christian Bale…while trying not to pee my pants) 🙂 It was a musician’s paradise.
And now, for the plethora of schedules, goal sheets, and organizational heaven-ness!
Download and enjoy!!
A fantastic variety of free, adorable .pdf calendars:
Even though I’m not a “mommy”, I can still use these printables from Mommy Tracked.com:
From Get Buttoned Up.com:
From Frugal Living:
From The Project Girl.com
From Oh the Lovely Things: (unfortunately, this one is not a .pdf)