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If so, the

Writing Progress Tracker

is for you:

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Access over 18 pages

of tracking charts and practical ways

to help you make

significant progress

in your writing life.

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The Writing Progress Tracker is the resource I didn’t know I needed. In particular, the Monthly Writing Tracker is the most useful document for me. Seeing the little boxes crossed off is very satisfying, showing me that I’ve made consistent progress toward my writing goal.

It’s definitely a worthwhile addition to any writer’s toolbox!

Miya Hunter-Willis

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Please note: This is a digital product. You will receive a digital download to save to your device.
You may choose to print it yourself if you wish to do so, but you will not receive a physical product in the mail. 


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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.

Guess what?

It worked!

By using the progress tracking methods

included in this printable resource,

I have:

written more regularly,

made more progress on various writing projects,

and met my self-imposed deadlines.

Why does this matter?

By making more progress,

I have been able to:

better serve my readers,

use the gifts God has given me,

and earn an income for my family.

The Progress Tracker lends itself beautifully to those of us who keep Bullet Journals. I reduced the page size to fit my journal and added the tools where they work best for me.

It’s a great way to keep track of multiple projects and make writing a priority!

Ingrid Lochamire


Here’s a one-minute sneak peek video of what you’ll get:

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This printable Writing Progress Tracker is for you if:

>> You want to write more regularly

>> You want to make more significant progress
on one or more writing projects

>> You need motivation to reach certain writing goals

>> You’re working on a larger project
with multiple steps in the process

>> You’re a visual processor and you like
to see a record of your accomplishments

>> You’re working on multiple projects
with various deadlines and need to stay on track

>> You’re submitting guest posts
to multiple publications or query letters
to multiple agents or publishers and need
a system to keep track of the responses

>> You feel stuck in a rut in your writing life
and need a new incentive to generate fresh motivation

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The Writing Progress Tracker has been very helpful to me for the purposes of organizing my writing life. There are multiple organization tools that I didn’t think to use before using the Tracker.

I find that the Query Submission Tracker, the Daily Word Tracker, and the Project Progress Tracker are great additions to my daily, weekly, and monthly planners (which are also part of the Tracker packet).

Great organization resource! 

Krystal Abbott



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. . . and MUCH more!

This publication is multi-faceted with the perfect blend of goal tracking methodologies. Kate has included worksheets for macro level tracking (annual) all the way through monthly, weekly, and into the micro level daily tracking. 

My favorite features of the goal tracking tools is that they can be used for life goals that support habits in formation. Do you want reading to be a habit? Kate has designed a couple different tools for developing habits from setting a goal to reading everyday. Write the goal and when it’s done that day, check it off.

This resource is more comprehensive than I expected. Whether you’re right-brained or left-brained, there is something here to help you set realistic goals and visibly see how far you’ve come in reaching them.

Jane Anderson

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Here’s a 7-minute inside look at what you’ll get:

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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: Will I receive anything in the mail?

No. This is a digital, printable product. After purchase you will receive access to a digital PDF download, which you can then print from home or at a printing shop. 

Q: Do I need to have a color printer?

No! This product was designed to work and look nice for those with black and white printers or color printers.



Hi! I’m Kate Motaung. As an author, editor, and coach, I love supporting other writers and helping them make progress in their writing lives.

I’m also the host of Five Minute Friday, an online writing community that seeks to encourage and equip Christian writers.

Books I’ve written include A Place to Land: A Story of Longing and Belonging, Letters to Grief, The Five-Minute Writing Prompt Journal, and Influence: Building a Platform that Elevates Jesus (Not Me).

I hope this Writing Progress Tracker will be a great help to you in your writing life!


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