Download a free worksheet to set intentions for February! Achieve goals, create a vision, and make days great by using our February Intention Blueprint.
Hey beauties! Can you believe that we did January already?! We did it. January is now a part of our history that is written forever, for better or for worse.
How did you feel about January? Did it go the way you wanted it to? When you look back at last month, what are some of the feelings that float to the surface about that span of time? And to my main question: Did you participate in the January Intention Blueprint?
In case you missed it, let me give you the rundown on our Monthly Intention Blueprints. At the end of last year, I did some big thinking about what I wanted to do here on Lovely Indeed. What did I want the vibe to be? How can I best serve people? What do I have a heart to share and where are my efforts best used?
And this is one thing that I came up with. Something tangible, specific, actionable, and exciting that I could provide to you every month, totally free, but hopefully full of major value. The Monthly Intention Blueprints.
At the start of each month, I’ll have a free worksheet here for you to help guide your thoughts and create an Intention Blueprint for the following 30 days. Every month I’ll share a new set of thoughts, ideas, and questions to help you craft your own roadmap. What’s the purpose? To help you feel positive, create a life you love, live your days with intention, and reach your own goals. And to help you set some really clear, helpful, actionable, and revitalizing intentions at the outset of every month.
If you’d like to backtrack, you can find January’s right here.
And if you’d like to join me (yes, I’m doing them too!) for the February Intention Blueprint, you can download it below! Note: The images of the printed Blueprint show the year 2020, but they are updated annually and can be used any year!
Download the February Intention Blueprint
Here’s what to do next. Once I email you, download and print the worksheet. Get yourself into a headspace ready for possibility, and go through the worksheet. If you plan on completing the Intention Blueprint every month, I suggest you get a binder or a folder to keep all of your worksheets in one place. You can look back at your progress and reference past month’s Blueprints to see how your year is progressing.
We also have this incredible illustrated version created by Megan Roy, which you can share on Instagram or download for your tech — so inspired by her artwork. If you share, tag #LovelyIndeedBlueprint so we can see ya!
And now, I’d love your feedback! Did you participate last month? How did it help? How did it not? Are you joining for the February Intention Blueprint? Leave me a comment and let me know. xoxo
2 thoughts on “February Intention Blueprint”
I am a chronic “this will solve it!” planner adopter …and then forget it. But I really found this one month page so helpful for setting real goals and I actually met some of them. Thank you!
That’s amazing Mag! So glad you’re finding it helpful. Hope you continue!