Free Printable Ta-Da List

A couple months ago, I attended Time Out For Women  in Phoenix, AZ.  Time Out for Women is a weekend conference held in various locations all over the United States and it is super uplifting and inspiring- just what every lady needs now and then!

One of the speakers (Julie de Azevedo Hanks) suggested that instead of keeping a “To Do List” we should instead keep a “Ta-Da List” and record the things we do each day that are praise-worthy. Isn’t it more exciting to remind ourselves how much good we accomplished in a day rather than beat ourselves up over all the tasks we didn’t get to?

I made this free printable “Ta-Da List” just for you! Right click to save the image and print it, or CLICK HERE to download the PDF.

The PDF has a 5×7 print as well as a print that fits the entire page so you can stick it in a notebook or journal.

You can print it as many times as you’d like and save your daily accomplishments in your journal, or you can print it once, frame it and write on it each day with a dry-erase marker!

However big or small these tasks may seem, they are important. So let’s make sure we are recognizing our accomplishments and giving ourselves something to smile about!


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Wife, mom of 5, and creator of Somewhat Simple, Stephanie has a passion to create and inspire. She is an Orange County transplant who is now enjoying life in Phoenix, AZ. She enjoys traveling, shopping, organizing, cooking and creating simple projects for her home and family.
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  1. I totally had to do something like this after I had my first baby. It’s a great idea!

  2. What a great idea! I need something like this to help me feel accomplished for the day. :)

  3. I am going to use this for my 10 year old grandbaby…”Everyone bosses me around” seems to be what makes her “saddest”, so I am going to sit with her to create a fun, custom-made journal of sorts that reminds her of all the things she has accomplished day to day, even if it is a “really hard test” at school that she “only” got a C on. And if some days, she just wants to draw a silly picture of flicking boogers, that is fine too! Thank you sooo much for this, it is exactly what she is able to start before going back to school, and can keep doing when gramma is not there. Blessings from Port Huron, Michigan.

    • Stephanie says:

      Susie, your comment made me smile- thanks for stopping by my blog and I am so glad you like this idea! Best of luck with your sweet granddaughter- sounds like she has a fantastic gramma!