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Why I Use Canva for Creating Graphics Instead of Photoshop

use canva to create social media graphics instead of photoshop

Confession: I didn’t really like Canva the first time I used it.

I thought that I had a lot more flexibility in Photoshop and could create more professional graphics there. I thought my graphics wouldn’t look as good in Canva as they could in Photoshop.

I learned how to use Photoshop, created a few templates for my images, and used that for all my graphic creation for about a year. I completely dreaded creating graphics whenever I needed a new one. I have a lot fun designing, but Photoshop really took the fun out of creating graphics for me.

I decided to give Canva another shot a few months ago, and I’m so glad I did!

It’s really fast for me to create graphics in Canva and it’s so much easier to use. There’s also a LOT of flexibility with Canva that I wasn’t originally aware of.

For me, Photoshop was adding unnecessary steps to my graphic creation process.

Here’s why I use Canva for creating graphics instead of Photoshop.

It’s simple to use

Not tech savvy? Struggle with design? Canva is perfect for you. It’s simple to use with its drag and drop features and it has pre-made designs to get you started and give you some inspiration. Canva doesn’t overwhelm you with features and options. They do have a lot of features, but it’s just enough to allow you to create the stunning designs you want, without having option overwhelm. I like to think of myself as pretty Photoshop savvy, but I probably still don’t know what half the buttons do.

Everything is one place

When I used Photoshop, anytime I needed to add a stock photo or logo to a design, I had to search for it on my laptop. With Canva, I can keep all of my photos in the sidebar and just drag and drop them into the template I’m creating. This has really cut down the time it takes me to create new graphics.

It’s way faster + more fun!

Switching to Canva has made creating graphics fun for me again! I love creating graphics, but Photoshop made it feel more like a hassle and eventually made me dread having to create graphics. I love going into Canva to update my graphics and play around creating new ones!

I think part of the reason creating graphics is more fun in Canva is because you can create graphics in seconds. You just open up your template, update the text, pop in a new image, and in less than 30 seconds, you have a new graphic.

You can access your designs from anywhere

Since Canva is web-based, you can access your designs anywhere you have internet. They also have a mobile app, but I haven’t tested it out. I personally love having a big screen to design.

Since it’s web-based, you can also share your designs with people. If you want to get an opinion on a design, or collaborate on a design with someone, you can share the link and both have access.

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Create Your Monthly Social Media Content Calendar

Create monthly social media content calendar

If your social media accounts aren’t growing and attracting the right type of followers (people who will read your blog, join your email list, and pay you cash money) chances are it’s because you’re posting without a strategy.

Once you create your social media calendar, you can have a complete view of what’s getting posted on your social media accounts and when. In today’s post, I’m covering why you need a social media content calendar, how to set it up, and how you can steal my monthly process for creating your calendar!

Why you need a social media content calendar

A social media content calendar will help you plan out what type of content to share and when. It gives you a birds eye view of what’s going on in your biz, like when blog posts are getting published or you’re hosting a sale.
It’s also helpful in making sure you’re posting a variety of content. Without a strategy, it’s easy to post content that doesn’t help you reach your social media goals. If your goal is to land more clients for your design biz, but you’re just posting photos out with your friends, you won’t attract the right people. Set clear goals for each social media account and then create content based on those goals.

Create your calendar

There’s a lot of different ways you can create your social media calendar. If your a paper + pen girl, print out an empty calendar. If you’re a digital girl, like me, create a Google spreadsheet or Trello board and get ready to create! Some social media schedulers, like SmarterQueue, are a huge help in mapping out social media content calendar and you can do most of the work right there in the platform.

Choose your categories

One of the biggest reasons why people don’t post on social media is because they don’t know what to post. Having a set of categories will help lessen the time you spend thinking about what to post and help you cover different aspects of your biz. You don’t want to post 5 promotional posts on Instagram in a row and come off as super salesy to your audience.
Span out your categories to make sure you provide a balance of content. You can share a mix of behind-the-scenes, freebie promos, tips, and paid promos, to name a few.Make sure you have a reason for each category in your social media strategy. If you’re sharing behind-the-scenes, what’s your reasoning behind it? For example, I’ll share some pictures hanging out with my family to show my audience that I’ve been able to create a business that gives me the freedom to do so and not have to work all day long. Or I’ll share occasional inspirational posts because I know starting and growing a biz can sometimes feel like a never ending uphill battle.

Create + schedule your posts

Once you have your categories created and you’ve filled in your content calendar with them, it’s time to create your posts! Schedule a batch day where you knock out all of your social media posts for the month.
Once you’ve created your posts, you’re ready to schedule them! Use a social media scheduler to pre-schedule your content so you’re not posting manually each day. To find out which social media scheduler is right for you, you can check out this post.

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5 Things You Need to Create a Sustainable + Profitable Business

5 things you need to create a sustainable + profitable business without spending tons of moneyIn my work with savvy online biz owners, I’ve found that if you want to have a sustainable, profitable business, you have to do 5 things. Today, I’m filling you in on what they are so you can create a sustainable business model and stop worrying about how you’ll pay next month’s electric bill.

1. Create a daily system

You must have a daily system to focus on your money making tasks and helps you stay on track to reach your goals. Without a daily system in place, you’ll be running your biz on the fly – which leads to tasks getting missed, goals not getting hit, and constantly where the day went when it hits 5:00.

The key to a daily system is having a system that works for you. I used to order a paper planner at the end of every year, get all giddy when it came it, and swear I was going to use this planner everyday to accomplish my goals. And then the planner would sit on my desk, basically empty, and I wouldn’t fill it out. It wasn’t until I started using Trello that I actually created a daily system and began to use it every single day. Now, my daily system lives on Trello and I’m more productive than I’ve been. Once you find the daily system that works for you, you’ll notice such a difference in your productivity and how quickly you reach your goals.

2. Create systems (+ document them)

If you’re like me, you started your business and learned everything as you went along. You taught yourself how to use your email marketing platform, found out your favorite way to format your blog posts, and answer your emails in a specific way. Without really thinking about it, you were building your business systems!

Now the key to making these systems sustainable, and recognizing and bottlenecks in them, is to write them down. Having your systems in your head doesn’t cut it. You want to write down step-by-step instructions for how you get things done in your biz. When you outsource, it’s SO much easier to just share a link to your operations manual instead of getting overwhelmed at the thought of having to teach someone your biz systems.

3. Set up a tool for managing your projects + team

It doesn’t matter what type of business you have, you need a project management tool to manage your business tasks and team. If you’re your only team member, you need to keep yourself on track.

Use a free tool like Asana or Trello to keep track of everything in your biz – from launches, to blog posts, to collaborations. Use this is your virtual to-do list and map out any projects from start to finish. I can’t tell you how much more productive I’ve been since using Trello to manage my biz and how easy it is to manage my content, to-do list and projects.

4. Implement automations that save you time + money

There’s way too much to keep up with in your biz to do it all manually. Not to mention, by automating tasks, you’re freeing up your time (+ team member’s time) to focus on important tasks and create new content and services for your audience.

There’s so many free, or affordable tools, to automate and simplify your processes to allow you to focus on things that need your time and attention. By making it a priority to spend time in your week to implement these automations, you’re saving yourself a lot more time in the long run. And that’s why you’re here. Because you want to build a sustainable business model that doesn’t leave you overworked and overwhelmed.

5. Outsource tasks you don’t have time for so you focus on growing your biz

Outsourcing scares a lot of people and it’s totally understandable. You’ve built this baby from the ground up and you’ve put every ounce of love and dedication into it. And now you’re going to let a stranger in. How can they possibly do as good of a job as you can?! The truth is, when you find the right team member for your biz, that person is going to make your life so much easier and you’ll finally be able to take a deep breath. Start by outsourcing smaller tasks and then work your way up. For example, all the client’s who have me manage their inbox, have had me work with them for a few months beforehand so that when I jumped in their inbox, they were completely confident in having me represent their biz via email.

What’s a Sales Funnel + How It Can Bring in Consistent Income

What's a Sales Funnel + How It Can Bring in Consistent IncomeIt’s no secret that I looove using tools and strategies to streamline and simplify my business.
One of the best ways to interact with your audience is through email. It’s not like social media where your post gets lost and they might miss it. If you send an email, it’s going to their inbox.
Which is why an email sales funnel is the perfect way to market your biz on autopilot.
You can set it up and it turns new faces into loyal subscribers and ultimately into paying customers.
Sounds dreamy right?
Today, I’m going to share what a sales funnel is and how it can bring in consistent income for your biz.

What is a sales funnel?

It’s a series of emails you send to a subscriber that builds the know, like, trust factor and ultimately leads to pitching your product or service. You create your series of emails once, and your funnel keeps working for you to bring in income.

How does it work?

Someone signs up for your free content upgrade on your site by giving you their email. This will trigger an automated email sequence to go start going out to them. The key is to create content upgrades that tie in with your paid products or services. This way you already know they’re interested in your product.

What information goes in my sales funnel?

The goal of your sales funnel is to build the know, like, trust factor and THEN sell your product. Imaging that every person signing up for this funnel has never heard of you or your business. Signing up for that free content upgrade was there first interaction with you.
You have to show off a little and show them that you’re an expert at what you do. Give them valuable information and educate them on your expertise. Teach them why they need what you’re selling by giving them such valuable information that it’s a no brainer for them to buy.
Now that they know you, have gotten to like the way you provide information, and trust you (because you sure as heck know what you’re talking about!) you tell them about your product and why they need it.

Is it really on auto-pilot?

Yes! The only thing you have to do is maintain your email funnel. Check in with the open rates and make sure your headlines are grabbing the attention of your subscribers. I also like to read through my email funnels every 6 months or so to make sure all the links are working and see if there’s any other value I’d like to add in there.

The most important thing to remember when creating your sales funnel is don’t overcomplicate it! You don’t even need to start this from scratch. You can pull content from past blog posts or emails to get started. As long as the value is there, your audience will thank you for it.

What’s an Operations Manual + Why You Need One For Your Biz

What's an Operations Manual + Why You Need One For Your BizImagine your brand new dreamy desk from IKEA just got delivered and you’re so excited to set it up!

You rip open the box, pull out the 27 pieces it came with and stare at the bottom of the box because surely there must be instructions in there, right? There’s no way you can assemble this without knowing where every screw and piece of wood goes!

Well, if you don’t create an operations manual for your business, that’s exactly what it’s going to feel like to a new team member you’re onboarding: a bunch of pieces that make up this awesome business, and no clue what to do with them.

Maybe you think this doesn’t apply to you because you aren’t ready to hire someone – but don’t you want to hire someone eventually?

Or systems to follow so you don’t skip steps by accident?

The last thing you want to do is wait until you absolutely have to hire someone and then realize you have to spend hours creating your operations manual.

 

What to include in your operations manual

Grab a sheet of paper and start listing every task you do in your business – big or small. Whether it’s uploading blog posts to WordPress or sending monthly invoices, be sure to write it down.
Break these down into categories. Your email category might look like this:

Category: Client Process

Sub-tasks:
Client inquiries
Onboarding
Monthly Reports

You’re going to write out the steps for each task you wrote down. Don’t worry, you don’t have to do this in one sitting. Choose a batch day where you knock out instructions for a bunch of tasks or pick 1 a week to start chipping away at that list.
Be sure to write down every step you take to complete a task. Pretend like you’re going to hand this document over to someone who has never used these platforms before and needs to know every single step. It’s better to include too much information than not enough.

This way, when you’re ready, you just point your new team member to the right document or link and they can take it from there.

You might even currently have team members that have been managing tasks for you. You might not even know how your team member is getting a task done because it’s something new you’ve implemented and never needed to do it yourself – leaving you with no idea how to complete it if that person quits tomorrow. Ask them to write their process down in case they ever leave (or your team expands, you decide to hire someone else, etc.), you aren’t left picking up the pieces.

It doesn’t have to be something official with a perfectly designed template. You just have to get started!

Filters + Tricks to Organize Your Gmail Inbox

Filters + Tricks to Organize Your Gmail InboxYour inbox is probably causing you more stress than it needs to.
Mine definitely used to. It was filled with thousands (not exaggerating) of emails and I was wasting time searching for specific emails all. the. Time.
I knew something had to change, but I wasn’t sure what. I researched and came up with the perfect cocktail of tricks to make sure I reached inbox zero every day.
Don’t worry, I’m not keeping these precious tricks to myself. I’m sharing them with you!

Boomerang

If you haven’t heard of Boomerang, you’re about to take your inbox to a whole other level. It’s a
free extension you add to Google Chrome that lets you pause your inbox and schedule emails.

Pause your inbox

Why would you want to pause your inbox? Because everytime you hear your phone ding that you got a new email, you check your inbox. Even when it’s 10pm and you’re watching a rom-com with your husband. No bueno. In comes Boomerang! When you’re ready to end work for the day and do your last inbox sweep, pause your inbox. Boomerang will wait to show you any new emails until you unpause your inbox. This is especially helpful when you’re having a batch day or want to focus on a project. No interruptions and the emails are waiting for you when you’re ready.

Schedule your emails

Let’s face it, we’ve all been there where we work a couple hours on a night or weekend. But sending emails to your clients at 11pm isn’t exactly professional. And the next time they email you on a Friday night, they’ll be expecting a response because they know you always check your email.
Instead, set boundaries with your clients and set office hours. If your office hours are 9-5 and you’re typing up an email at 5:15, just schedule it to go in the morning. It’s also great because instead of having to remember to send your client their weekly call reminder, you can schedule every reminder during your onboarding process.

Filters

Confession: I once had thousands of emails in my inbox. There were so many emails I read and just didn’t delete and others I needed to keep but they just hung out in my main inbox.
Filters have been a lifesaver for my inbox. It used to fill up with newsletters, receipts I needed for bookkeeping, and a bunch of other stuff. I now have a folder for each type of email I get in my inbox and filter it so they go directly to that folder (or label as Gmail calls it). Here are some filter ideas:

  • Newsletters
  • Expenses
  • Income
  • Collaborations
  • Clients (individual folders for each client)

Instead of spending the first 20 minutes of your morning checking out all the new newsletters that just hit your inbox, you don’t even see them until you open the newsletters folder. Schedule time in your weekly schedule to go through them so you can still keep up with your favorite biz owners.
Bonus: Unsubscribe from the newsletters you find yourself deleting most of the time.

Now anytime an email comes in my inbox, I drag it to its designated folder to keep my inbox at 0.

See unread emails first

You can set your Gmail inbox to show you unread emails first and it’s done wonders for my inbox productivity! There were times I would mark an email unread because I needed to go back to it, but then I’d receive so many emails that it would get pushed so far down that I’d forget about it. Have your unread emails show up first so the important emails are top of mind.
Open up Gmail and get to work, you’re ready to take back your inbox and finally get to inbox zero!

How to use batching to get massive amounts of work done

How to use batching to get massive amounts of work doneOur inboxes and social media feeds are full of fresh, new content every single day. “Check out this new webinar!” “Listen to the new podcast episode!”.

There’s pressure in the online biz world to constantly put out fresh content for your audience. Consistently creating awesome content week after week, month after month, gets overwhelming.

There’s really no way around having to create content. To build (+ keep) a strong connection with your audience, you need to be in contact with them frequently, either releasing new podcast episodes, sending emails, or publishing blog posts. And that’s a LOT of content to keep up with!

Want me to share my #1 trick for getting massive amounts of content created? I thought so!
My trick is batching!

What is batching?

Batching is when you do things in groups and knock out a bunch of the same tasks in one day (or time block, however you want to do it!). The best thing about batching is there are no rules and works for any type of business.

Why should you batch create content?

Batch days are my favorite days because I know a ton of work is about to get done! You focus on one type of task, with no distractions or allowing yourself to work on random tasks that pop in your mind. This helps you be more productive and get ahead on your work. It’s so much more productive to sit there and record 4 podcast episodes than to sit down, get set up, and in the right mindset on 4 separate occasions.

Plan your first batch day!

Choose a batch day in your planner that you’ll set aside to a specific type of content creation.
Some ideas for batch content:

  • Podcast episodes
  • Blog posts
  • Newsletters
  • Course content
  • Social media posts
  • Video tutorials

The trick with batch days is you’re only allowed to choose 1 type of content so you’re laser focused. Put your phone on silent, pour your coffee, and get to work! It’s a good idea to focus on the actual creation piece during your batch day. Instead of writing your blog post draft, editing, formatting, uploading to WordPress, creating graphics, etc, choose to focus on writing the drafts first. Get all drafts written, then the next step, and the next. It’s so much quicker to hop in Photoshop and create multiple graphics at the same time then to go in a few times throughout the day. This will keep you from trying to fit too much into your batch day.

Make it a routine

Set aside one day a month you can focus purely on batching new content. As biz owners, we get caught up in our client work, the demands of owning a biz, and staying on top of the latest algorithms that content creation gets pushed last on the list. By having your batch day, you’re able to make sure you’re focusing on creating new content for your audience and spend time enjoying what you really love.

What Project Management Tool Is Right For Your Business?

What project management tool is right for your businessA project management tool helps you keep track of to-do’s, client work, launches, stay organized and helps make sure no tasks slip through the cracks. The list goes on!

The issue people normally have when it comes to project management tools is deciding which one is best for their business.

As a Virtual Assistant, I’ve used quite a few different platforms at the request of my clients. Today, I’m going to talk about my likes, dislikes and which ones are winners in my book. Keep in mind, what works for me may not work for you! But you’ll have a better understanding of each platform and can decide which one has the features you’re looking for.

Asana

I’m a huge Asana fan! If you’re working with clients and need to keep track of who’s in charge of what, who’s going to send information, deadlines, etc, Asana is perfect. You can assign tasks, add deadlines, keep track of files and conversations.

I also like that you can look at all of your tasks in one list so you know everything you have coming up and can plan accordingly. You can look at the tasks by project or just look at everything on your dashboard. When I work with VA clients I always suggest Asana because it’s user friendly and pretty hard to not be organized on here.

I’ll be going way more in depth on how to use Asana in my next blog post, so keep an eye out!

Trello

I wasn’t a fan of Trello at first but if you’re organized and know how to use it, it’s really wonderful! It wasn’t until I watched some tutorials on how to use it and learned about its features that I really started to like it. You can set up different boards, create checklists and templates and assign tasks. It’s really similar to Asana except things feel a little more separated out.

I like to use Trello for my own business – not my clients. I don’t like using it for clients because tasks will be assigned in different boards, instead of all in one place, like Asana. Since I use it for my own business I like to map out different things for launches, content calendars and my client onboarding workflow.

Basecamp

Real talk – I despise Basecamp. I don’t like the interface and find it frustrating to navigate. When I used it, I used Basecamp 3. I’m not sure if that was just the version at the time or a specific one my client had chosen, but I was not a fan. I just felt like everything could have been organized better.

I think going from such user-friendly platforms, like Asana and Trello, also didn’t help. But you might be a Basecamp lady all the way and not like Asana and Trello – so test out what’s best for you. Basecamp is also $99 a month, which I don’t think is worth it when the free versions of all the other platforms work perfectly fine!

Test your options

I suggest testing out the different project management tools and seeing which one you’re able to get in a groove with and really enjoy using. Your project management tool is there to help manage your business and should never be frustrating or confusing!

Organize Your Biz With Google Drive

Organize your biz with Google DriveIt’s safe to say I’m obsessed with Google Drive. I use it to host all my business files and love that it’s really easy to use. Seriously, anyone can use it! It’s helped me to stay organized in my own business and easily collaborate with my clients and keep track of their files.

Benefits of using Google Drive

Besides the fact that Google Drive is free, here are some of my favorite features:

  • Access files from anywhere. If your computer crashes, your files are totally safe and you can get to them from any computer.
  • Save things directly on your Mac to your Google Drive without being on the internet.
  • Share documents and folders with team members and set up security preferences. If you just want team members to be able to view a document and not edit it, you can!
  • Virtually collaborate on the same document at the same time. This is one of my favorite features! Since our businesses are online, it’s pretty common to never see team members face to face. Multiple people can be editing a document and seeing other’s comments and additions.
  • Plan out your editorial calendar and launches.
  • Automations in your inbox will save a lot of time searching through emails.

Okay, now that I’ve convinced you to use Google Drive, let’s get your biz organized!

Organize your folders

Start by outlining the most high level aspects of your biz that you create files for regularly. This might be blog posts, products or services, client work, etc. Then, break it down into sub categories. For example, my blog post folder has a sub folder for drafts, published posts, featured images and content upgrades.

A trick to never letting your Google Drive get totally unorganized is to always put a file in a folder. Sometimes if you’re in a rush you might be tempted to just add the file to your drive and not save it to a particular folder. That’s what leads to spending 15 minutes looking for a file you thought was in this folder . . . no wait, that one!

I keep all my client work separate from my own business documents. This way I have 1 folder dedicated to my clients and then sub folders for each individual client.

I suggest that you never delete content in your drive for past clients. I just have a “past client” folder that I drop their folder into once I’ve finished working with them. You never know when you’ll need to reference old content.

Use Google Calendar as an editorial calendar

I love Google’s calendar! You can go crazy color coating things and use it for just about anything – not just meetings. I like to map out my blog post and newsletter schedule in the calendar along with any launches. This way I have a calendar view of what content is going out and when and it’s easy to move things around if I need to.

I color coat everything so it’s visually easy to see where my meetings are and which slots are content related. I also like that you can add notes so I’ll add a few bullet points of what I want to cover in the blog posts while the topic is fresh in my mind.

Finally organize your Gmail

Probably the most unorganized part of everyone’s Google Drive is their Gmail. If you’re one of those people who just keep everything together in your inbox with no folders, this is about to save you SO much time! Just an FYI before we get started, Gmail folders are referred to as labels.

One of the most important labels and automations I’ve created is for invoices. All of your invoices will be kept in one place and will be easy to search through come tax time. When you get your monthly invoices emailed to you from the business services you use, they always have the same subject line.

All you have to do is click on one of the emails, and click the ‘more’ button at the top of your screen, then click ‘filter messages like these’.

Then I fill in the subject line with the subject the email always has. If it normally says something like “BoardBooster Invoice for June 2017”, just type in “BoardBooster invoice” and it’ll move them over.

Then, click ‘apply filter with this search’ and choose ‘apply the label’. From the dropdown menu you can choose your label, or create a new one. If you’ve received emails like this before, something will pop up at the bottom of the box asking if you want to add the label to the other 4 (or however many emails) that it found in your inbox with that subject. It’ll move over all past emails and any future emails.

You can even set it up to manage client emails. Instead of filling out the subject for the filter, enter their email so you can keep all incoming emails from them together in a folder.

Start organizing your Google Drive to save time and keep an organized biz!

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Prioritize Your Day With The ABC Method

Prioritize Your Day With The ABC MethodYou get ready to start your day, you’re feeling super productive and then BAM you see #AllTheThings on your to-do list and you go into overwhelm mode. Where the heck are you going to begin?

Coming up with a system to make sure I get my most important tasks done for the day has been crucial to my productivity. Lucky for you, I’m spilling the details on exactly how I prioritize my day! And I’ll let you in on a little secret – it’s incredibly simple!

It’s the ABC Method. It only takes a couple minutes, a pen and paper (or Google doc) and you’ll know exactly what to work on, and when, throughout the day! Let’s get started.

 

The ABC Method

I like to start by doing a major brain dump of every task I need to get done. This sounds super overwhelming but we’re about to simplify that list and make it much more doable!

Then I draw 3 columns on my paper and label them “A”, “B” and “C”.

Column A: This is going to be for your tasks that absolutely need to get done today. For me this might be client work that’s due that day or a project piece I set a deadline for.

Column B: These are the tasks that can wait until tomorrow. For example, you may have to put some finishing touches on a blog post that goes out next week. It’s important, but not necessary that it gets done today.

Column C: These tasks have no sense of immediacy. These tend to be the “quick” tasks that we think of throughout the day and want to work on to get them out of the way. What we don’t realize is that all these quick tasks add up. A few 10-20 minute tasks scattered throughout the day can take up to an hour (or more!) of your time. I like to save the tasks in this column for slow days when I’m all caught up on my urgent tasks. Knocking them all out in one sitting will help you stay productive because you’re working in short increments so you don’t get bored and are constantly doing new tasks.

Prioritize your tasks

Start going through your task list and put them in the right columns. Once all your tasks are written down, do a quick priority check on column A and B. I like to number them in order of importance so I can knock out my urgent tasks ASAP. I number column B because if I get through all my column A tasks, I get a head start on what’s due tomorrow.

If you get in the habit of doing this on Friday afternoon or first thing Monday, you set yourself up for a super productive work week! As new tasks pop up throughout the week, just add them to the list.

I created the ABC Method worksheets for you to easily manage your tasks. If you’re a digital lady, it’s an editable PDF. Or, if you’re like me and like to physically write down your tasks, print it out each week. Grab your ABC Method worksheets below!