Welcome to day 6 of 14 days of free printables! Today’s printable is a request from Helen. I chose this one because it's completely different from anything I've ever created before, and it's all about staying motivated to take action which is one of my favorite things!
Helen requested a printable to help her with her 90 day habit and planning cycle. She wanted to be able to see all 90 days on one layout in her personal size planner. She wanted pastel colors, easy to ready, pretty, with dots on the edges of the pages. She also wanted it to print on to a an A4 (regular letter size for those in the US) paper.
One note about printing this. It is designed to print onto a regular size sheet of paper and then be trimmed. Therefore, I have included crop marks, and there is a true “bleed,” meaning that the dots will actually go all the way to the edge of the pages after you trim it. One thing I love about printing personal size onto a full sheet of paper is that we can have a true bleed.
I hope you enjoy. (Also, if you'd like to see this in other sizes, please let me know!)
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