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New Years Resolutions Accountability Record Tracker Printable

Happy 2014! How many of us have made New Years Resolutions? How many of us lose interest or focus after the first week (or month)? I know I’ve done it. This year I’ve chosen a word of the year and will try to apply that word to all the main areas of my life. My word: PRODUCTIVE. I want to be productive as a mother, wife, blogger, homemaker, friend, Christian, and individual. But, how can I really stay on track?

New Years Resolutions Accountability Record Tracker - daily log to keep you on track with your resolution goals StuffedSuitcase.comWell, I’ve created a New Years Resolutions Accountability Record for the entire year! My plan is to keep it by my bedside and fill it out each evening before bed.

The New Years Resolutions Accountability Record is a simple sheet for you to log your successes. It will also help me (you?) see where we’re lacking focus and reinvest in those areas. Perhaps you have one main resolution, this sheet will let you make a note each night on how you succeeded with your resolution.

New Years Resolutions Accountability Tracking Log - stay on goal with your resolutions each day StuffedSuitcase.comEach day of the year is listed on the 36 pages. Download the New Years Resolutions Accountability Record Tracker. The first line has a list of general categories that most typical new years resolutions fall under. Each night, circle the category for where you succeeded with your resolution. The second line is for you to make notes or write a sentence about your accomplishment(s). See below how I’ve filled out my January 1st line.

New Years ResolutionsI’m doing well so far with my PRODUCTIVE year of 2014; I’m decluttering the kids’ bedrooms and today was a great family day. Let me know what you think! Will this help you stay on track for your 2014 New Years Resolutions?

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    • I hope it can help you NJ! You can always choose in the printer options to print in Black only. :) Happy New Year!

  1. I love this idea. Have been spending a lot of time setting goals and creating action plans, but I am going to adopt your idea of having a focus word for this year. Not sure what it is yet… I’m thinking ACTION? (Less thinking/intending, more doing)

    • So glad you stopped by Kelly! I felt like as I started thinking of all the areas of my life I wanted to improve and make resolutions for, I couldn’t just choose one. After seeing others mention a word for the year, I thought that would be great. Then I could decide how to use that word in all the areas I wanted to improve. I love the idea of ACTION for your word — goes along with my PRODUCTIVE a bit I think. :)

  2. I really like this idea. It’s like you’re almost as Type A as I am! I am trying to break away from resolutions because they leave me feeling so defeated. I made a 2014 to do list instead.

    • Great plan fellow Type-A’er. :) I’m all for making goals but having them doable. I figure how hard can it be to be productive in one area of my life each day?? Hopefully it’ll become a habit and by tracking I can zone in on areas I’m neglecting.

  3. I love the idea of tracking your resolution each day. I also love that you have worked it into different categories in your life. Good stuff.

    • Thank you Tracie. It started when friend talked about having a word of the year, and I thought, “yeah, that’s what I need”. Hope you have a great weekend!

  4. That’s a pretty good idea! It kind of reminds me of the concept in the Happiness Project, if you ever read that. She made new resolutions each month of the year and tracked it each month to keep herself accountable. I love tracking so this is right up my alley!

    • Hi Melissa, I’m also a tracker, hence the form. :) I’ve heard my SIL mention that book, maybe I need to grab it and read it!

    • Yes, seeing it written down or knowing you should write something down really helps you stay on track. They say it takes most people 21-28 days of repeatedly doing something for it to become a habit.

  5. I think this will be a great way to help me stay on track. I just bought a day planner where I write everything down, but I like this idea so much better. Thank you for creating it and sharing it with all of us.

    Stopping by from the SITS Sharefest. :)

    Have a great weekend,

    • Thank you Tami! Glad you liked it. One other SITS gal was nice enough to point out my old sheets had errors on the 10th for the months of Apr-Dec. It’s fixed now, but just letting you know if you need to resave/print it.

    • Thanks so much for stopping by Jennifer! I think it’s great that you’re doing a tracking your successes weekly. I think it helps you stay on track and really accomplish your goals/resolutions.

  6. Great idea and good way to keep up your productive theme. Writing down your daily accomplishments is a great motivator. Whenever you feel down, sluggish or like quitting, you can go back and see how much you’ve already done!

    • Great word! I just knew I needed something to help me feel good about what I’ve done, and keep me moving towards doing more!

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