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March Intention Blueprint

March 2020 Intention Blueprint

Friends, friends, beautiful friends! How are you? No, seriously — how are you? When people ask you that, do you just go for the automatic response of “I’m good, thanks”? I know I definitely do that, even though most of the time the answer is way more involved than just “good.” That’s what was on my mind this month as I was creating the March Intention Blueprint.

If you’re not yet familiar with Lovely Indeed’s Intention Blueprints, here’s the lowdown. I have been seeking and dreaming of ways that I can serve you which are tangible, actionable, and that will actually help create forward momentum for you. That’s kind of a big ask in this world, because we’re separated by a computer screen and probably hundreds (thousands?) of miles. But. I came up with this idea, to connect us and to create space for you to grow in your own ways.

At the start of each month, I share a (totally free!) worksheet here for you to help guide your thoughts and create an Intention Blueprint for the following 30 days. Every month there’s 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.

It’s also a way to view each month like a fresh start. To keep that “new year” feeling all year long.

Have you been doing the Intention Blueprints each month? If you have, do you find that they help you focus your thoughts for the month? If not, wanna start joining us for the March Intention Blueprint?! You can download it for free below.

Download the March Intention Blueprint

Here’s what to do next. Once I email you the March Intention Blueprint, download and print the worksheet. Get yourself a good cup of coffee (or tea, if you’re like me), get comfy somewhere, 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!

I do my Intention Blueprints right along with you every month, and I feel like it’s such a nice chance to get to know myself and check in with myself in a very intentional and specific way.

As a quick side note, if you’re taking or planning on enrolling in The Productivity Tool Kit, the Blueprints are an awesome way to continue and enhance the work that we do in there.

I’m here showing up for you, so let me encourage you to keep showing up for yourself! This is a simple, small thing — but hopefully it has a lasting effect for you each month. xoxo

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