January is coming to an end already and I can’t understand where time is disappearing. For a long time, like I shared in my last post, I’ve been looking for an intentional living calendar. I really wanted something that was positive and reflective. Unfortunately after hours on Google, I did not find anything that I liked. So, like all normal people, I decided to draw it out. Of course I am late, but this year, I intend to not feel so guilty.

I will have a few images out on Instagram in the next few days. I’m sharing the January view here on the blog too. Each month has an intention associated with it. You fill in the positive intentions or words that speak to you the most in the beginning of the month. At the end of the month, spend a few minutes reflecting on the past month. You also get to think about how you’d like to invest in yourself in the month ahead.

Guilt-free intentional living calendar 2018

Intentional Living Calendar 2018- Of Course I'm Late for blog


It’s simple but I’m a big believer that journaling our intent and goals helps us achieve them. This is not a punishing homework, but something that’s intended to help you take time out for self-care without guilt.

If you wanted to order the downloadable digital or the print version (8.5 x 5.5 inches), fill in this form to pre-order. The prints are not here yet, but I hope to have them done by next week. This will be a desk calendar size that you’ll be able pin up to a board. Hopefully this allows me some structure and positivity. I’ll keep you posted on how each month goes for me :-).

Upasna Kakroo

Upasna is a published author and has been blogging since 2003. She solves marketing challenges by the day and sketches every night. Her children's books, illustrations and other creative products are available on this site for browsing & purchases. She currently lives in Plymouth, Michigan, in the United states.