Get going with two free 2015 goal-setting printables

Amy Kligman makes art both inside and outside Hallmark. We admire her ability to Get Things Done—and done creatively! We’re excited to bring you two artful goal-setting tools from Amy today. 


I really love making lists. I carry around a notebook of on-going to-dos, and in the front of that book I create a list of yearly goals.  It’s always fun to look back on the book at the end of the year and see exactly how much of the goal-setting came to full goal-hitting fruition. And sometimes the goals I attain are a huge surprise.

This year, in addition to my goal list, I created a 2015 bucket list to inspire myself to do, see, and try new things.  The point of the bucket list, for me at least, is to be completely aspirational and get out of my comfort zone and usual habits.  It isn’t about things I want to stop doing (weight I want to lose, habits I want to break). This is about habits I want to start and moving in a positive new direction.

Download these two free printables to create your own positive new momentum for 2015. Then share them with us on Instagram: @think.make.share. We want to see your inspiring lists!


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  1. 1.9.15 | Reply
    Anne wrote:

    Thank you. Plan on making booklets to give to friends, and definitely need one of each for myself. Hopefully will keep me motivated. Really enjoy thinkmakeshare.

  2. 1.31.15 | Reply

    I agree that doing a bucket list requires getting out of your comfort zone and it’s very good for assessing what you have achieved lately. I have a bucket list and I am planning to cross off the Northern Lights in April! I wanted to download the files but I get a 404 error.