Daily, Weekly, Monthly, and Yearly Habit Trackers to increase productivity
A Personal Writing Commitment to sign for accountability
A Writing Timeline Trackerto help you break down a larger project into smaller, more manageable goals and deadlines.
A Query Submission Trackerto keep track of the query letters you've sent and expected response times.
A Guest Post Submission Tracker, Project Progress Tracker, Reading Tracker, and more to help you organize your writing life and accomplish your goals.
What if you could enjoy the satisfaction of holding a finished writing project in your hand?
Confession: I love making lists.
I’m that person who adds something to my list just so I can have the satisfaction of crossing it off to see what I’ve accomplished.
In my writing life, some projects have seemed so big
and overwhelming, they’ve felt unmanageable.
Then I started creating charts to help me set bite-sized goals and track my progress.
By using the progress tracking methods
included in this printable resource, I have:
written more regularly,
made progress on various writing projects, and
met my self-imposed deadlines.
I have felt:
less stressed, and
Why does this matter?
By actually finishing my writing projects,
I have been able to:
better serve my readers,
use the gifts God has given me,
and earn an income for my family by selling the books and resources I've created.
Let's take a closer look!
Here are some favorite features:
Use this Monthly Habit Tracker to visually track up to five different daily habits you'd like to practice each month to benefit your writing life.
Examples of daily habits to track: reading, writing 300 words, writing for 15 minutes, walking, drinking 1 liter of water, journaling, going outside, posting on social media . . . the possibilities are endless!
Use this Query Submission Tracker to keep track of the queries you submit to various literary agents and/or publishers, including expected response times.
Take the 90-Day Writing Challenge to establish a regular writing habit and put a significant dent in your current project!
Let's do some math: If you wrote 250 words per day for 90 days, you would rack up 22,500 words for your writing project!
Hi, I'm Kate Motaung, and I'm on a mission to help writers finish their writing projects with The Writing Progress Tracker.
As an author of several books and creator of various resources for writers, I *love* to support other writers in their writing journey.
I've personally used the Writing Progress Tracker to finish multiple writing projects. As a visual processor, I love to see the boxes checked and graphs filled in to motivate me to keep going!
If you're lacking motivation in your writing life, the Writing Progress Tracker can help!
Who this product is for
You'll LOVE this if:
You're a visual processor
You're feeling stuck as a writer
You need motivation to keep going
This isn't for you if:
You already have a system that works for you
You're not working on any projects right now
You prefer to track your progress digitally
Q: Do I have to use every page in order?
A: No! This Writing Progress Tracker is completely customizable for your needs. You might choose to use certain pages during certain seasons of your writing life, and other pages or charts at other times. Some you may want to print more than once; others might not be the best fit for your personal work style. Use whatever combination works best for you!
Q: How will I get the product after I purchase?
If you purchase the digital version, it will be delivered to you via email as soon as you purchase. If you purchase the spiral bound version with a U.S. mailing address, it will be delivered to you via postal mail.
Q: Do you offer refunds?
Yes! If you are not satisfied with your product, please respond to the email you receive with your product link for a full refund.
If you're not satisfied with your product, please reply to the email you received with your product access link for a full refund.