Usually, my problem is limiting myself to 6 ways to use the printable.
But I rarely plan yearly, so the 12-month tracker had me stumped at first.
But I buckled down and realized that it was a lack of imagination on my part that was limiting me.
Use the 12-Month Tracker to Organize Chores
A yearly tracker is great for tracking monthly chores, like deep cleaning each room.
Notice that I used A/B/C for three-room rotations (like bedrooms) and A/B for two-room roations (like bathrooms).
It also makes a great rotating chore chart for kids.
Take Control of Your Weight with This Free Printable
Get organized about weight loss and working out 12 days at a time!
Or track your calories over 1,200.
Track Your Budget
You could create a budget with 5 different categories. Then track whether you go over or under each month.
My absolute favorite way to use this printable is to manage anxiety and depression. (Note: Pain tracking would also work well with this.)
I use a planner for dealing with depression, but not as well as the visual that this printable creates!
Simply color in your level of anxiety, sadness, or pain. The printable is free, so consider tracking all three!
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