Awesome Ladies Monthly Reflection sheet

Free Monthly Reflection Download Worksheet PNG & PDF

Hello Awesome Ladies!

During last Friday’s hangout, Shannan was talking about how she’s the type of scrapper that scraps best ‘in the moment’ and tries to stay as current as possible. That got me thinking about how I want to reflect on the past month and spend just a couple of minutes jotting down some things to better help me prep for the stories and pages I want to create.

I came up with a couple of quick reflection questions for myself and then decided to turn it into a worksheet for everyone to use.

If you’re a Basic member, you can right-click on the PNG image below and download it to your phone or computer to use however you like. I’m always a big fan of writing on worksheets in One Note.

Awesome Ladies Monthly Reflection sheet

If you’re a VIP Collective member, you can download a PDF version of the worksheet, both a single sheet version and a two to a page sheet version. The two to a page sheet version fits in the Ali Edwards Story Binder — that’s where I wrote out my January one. They’re in the VIP Collective section of the shop, which means you have unlimited downloads and you can access it any time via the ‘my downloads’ link.

These are also really great questions to ask yourself when updating your Personal Progress Logs (another awesome VIP Collective benefit).

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  1. This is great! One way I keep note of all the things I want to remember to add to my weekly spreads or to scrapbook later is to use my phone camera. I take photos and screen shots of recipes, book covers, movie ticket stubs and even bad screen shots of the TV screen if I can’t be bothered looking up something to screen shot on google. I won’t use the photos but they remind me of little things and I’m always going through my camera roll so it works to keep everything there rather than making notes in other places.