Like many busy women one day I was stressed and overwhelmed with the concept of getting my finances in order. I had been consumed with the idea of financial planning and financial independence but felt like the books and e books I was constantly reading were not enough to focus my life on financial independence. I needed to document the steps that I wanted to take and make steps to achieving these goals. I decided to add my financial goals to my yearly planner.
I have always been a planner type of girl. Every year since middle school I have used a planner to organize my life. Adding my monthly financial goals to my planner really helped me achieve my goals. The planner really helped me be mindful of my financial goals day in and day out. Since the planner worked for me, I wanted to share it with all the woman I know or come in contact with. Thus, the Yearly Financial Planner was born.