Happy New Year G&P readers! To start off the year, I am determined to get super organized with my projects and things. Recently, I started setting goals based on my birth year. It allows me to see the bigger picture and compare my past desires to what I have actually accomplished thus far. However, because a slew of people tend to make resolutions at the beginning of the year, planners are in abundance right now.
Planners can be fun and pretty to look at, but at times they don’t offer enough substance to motivate me to get the goals done. An alternative has been life-setting planners. These planners go beyond a calendar wedged between soft leather binding with minimal free space to actually write down goals. Some have positive and motivating messages to inspire each day. Others have space to express our creative juices or to jot down what we are grateful for each day. These planners go beyond a daily to-do list by getting personal and meaningful.
These planners will do more than set your day, they will SET.YOUR.LIFE!
This planner is designed by The Lara Casey Shop and their goal is to help women make what matters most to them happen plain and simple. The sections are broken down into monthly, weekly and daily goals with areas that examine your vision, dreams and memories amongst other introspective prompts.
2. Passion Planner
Passion Planner was created by a millennial who was at a state of confusion about her purpose post-graduation. The planner has sections to express our gratitude, to doodle or sketch and of course to plan. She wanted to create the planner as a tool to help people clearly define their personal goals and dreams. She did a great job doing so. The testimonials of the ambassadors can prove it.
The LifePlanner by Erin Condren is more reminiscent of a traditional planner, with the exception of inspirational quotes sprinkled all around. The icing is in the customization. These planners came in many colors including trendy rose gold and they can be personalized with your name of choice.
What do you use to set your life goals?