Sticker Goal Chart – Free Download!
If you follow me on Facebook, you might’ve seen a post from last week where I shared with you how I’m keeping myself accountable to training for my upcoming labor and delivery… by using a sticker chart like a 3 year old.
Childish? Maybe. But you know what? It works! And you guys agreed with me. In that spirit, I want to go ahead and let you all in on this sticker tracking awesomeness by providing a printable template for you below.
…But before you download that sucker, here are a few tips on how best to use this chart:
1 – Start small.
I’ve provided this chart in a 12 week, 7 days a week format. But that doesn’t mean you have to use it that way! Start small. For example, if you’re not currently exercising but want to get in a routine, do yourself a favor and set yourself up for success by aiming for exercising 2-3 times per week for 15-20 minutes as opposed to 5-7 days a week for an hour plus. As the saying goes, the only way to eat an elephant is one bite at a time, and that’s how I want you to approach goal setting with this chart. Simply cross out the boxes you will not be needing to put stickers on.
2 – Post it where you will see it every day, multiple times a day.
The fridge, your bathroom mirror, near your closet or vanity, by your work desk, etc. The more you see those stickers piling up there, the more it will keep you motivated!
3 – Get others involved.
Your kids, spouse, roomies, coworkers, grandma… whoever will also be seeing the chart should be involved! Let them know why you have this thing and what it’s for instead of keeping it private. Getting them on board will help keep you on board.
4 – Have fun with it!
That’s the spirit of keeping yourself accountable this way. Go out and get yourself some awesome sparkly stickers, ones that will make your inner child go “Ooooo”. Puppies, unicorns, superheros, flowers, whatever your heart desires!
5 – Share with me and keep me posted with your progress by using #cflstickergoalchart
Sharing on social media also helps keep yourself accountable. Plus, I want to see what your goals are and how you’re making this chart work for you!