This is a bit of an unusual post from me but I wanted to do something that might help other people during this crazy lockdown life we’re all in right now. In case you didn’t know, my other job is as a digital artist, and so I’ve been keeping myself busy doing design work for people. I’ve offered to do these in exchange for a coffee on my Ko-Fi page as opposed to charging full price because times are tough and I wanted to be nice really.
Anyway, this is just a quick post to share some free printables I’ve made for anyone who might want to download them. They’re designed to help you manage your wellbeing during the lockdown, so if you find them helpful then please do let me know!
PDF files are much better for printing out than the image files, but it’s totally up to you which way you’d like to save them.
You can download these to your computer by right-clicking the image and selecting ‘save as’, or you can click the ‘download’ button underneath each image to download the files directly. If you have any problems downloading them please just let me know and I’ll sort it out.
If you’d like to buy me a brew on Ko-Fi you can do so here, but please don’t feel like you need to; these are just a small something I thought could help people out if they were having a tough time stuck at home. They’re not the best things I’ve ever made, but you never know, they might be helpful here and there!
Free lockdown life planner
Use this to help you keep track of the things you want to try and achieve in the week. You can print them out and stick them on a wall or just by your desk if it helps!
Homeschool timetable planner template
Use this to work out weekly overviews for homeschooling with your kids. I used to be a primary school teacher so I’ve been using these with Small-Me to plot out ideas for learning around the things she actually finds interesting. It works a lot better when your child’s learning is led by their interests! Use them to jot down ideas in each curriculum area, and from there you will always have a bank of things that you can derive tasks from.
Fresh air and exercise tracker
Use this to make a note of what kind of exercise you’ve done each week and whether or not you’ve managed to get outdoors for some fresh air. I know, that sounds ridiculous, but I think I’ve been outdoors twice in the last three weeks. So actually, it’s probably not a bad idea for me to start tracking it too!
Stay in touch
How are you holding up with everything that’s been going on? The Coronavirus crisis has hit us all hard, so if you’re having a rough time and are struggling with isolation then please do stay in touch and keep talking!
You might find this post I wrote about staying on top of your wellbeing as a remote worker helpful too.
You can catch up with me via my social media channels, on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook– if you’re finding things hard then don’t be afraid to reach out and send me a message and I’ll get back to you for a chat as soon as I can. Please do share these printables if you think anyone else would find them useful too!