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The new year is here and that means shiny new planners and new goals. Last week I showed you my new 2024 Planner. Sometimes thinking about a whole year at a time can be overwhelming. What if we break it up into manageable portions?
Lots of people manage their time in blocks on a daily basis. What if we did that with a year too?
The Winter Planner allows you to only plan January, February, and March.
Winter is the perfect time to slow down a little and reflect. You can start by mapping out some goals for the next three months.
There are blank monthly pages for each of the three winter months.
There are weekly planning pages:
A Daily Review page so you can reflect on your wins, challenges, and gratitude:
And a place to record your daily thoughts:
The Winter Planner is 204 pages in length, and a digital download, which means you will receive it right in your inbox and you can print out as many copies as you wish. You can start immediately! 🙂
The Winter Journal is the perfect companion to the planner.
You choose the date and day of the week and journal your thoughts for the day:
The journal is 194 pages and also a digital download, so you get instant access.
Even nature takes a pause during winter, making plans to burst into spring eventually, but for now, just taking a reflective break from all the activity of the rest of the year.
We can try doing the same. Three months at a time is totally doable! The Spring Planner and Journal are in the works, but that can wait.
So I hope you’ll take a look at the Winter Planner and Journal and see if taking three months at a time works better for you than taking on the whole year at once. We’re tired! It’s okay to take small steps. 🙂
If you are someone who prefers to take things a little slower this time of year, I hope this Winter Planner and Journal is something you will like!
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