Most habit trackers are created for a set of “monthly” habits, so thirty or thirty-one boxes to mark the ... However, you can also track your habits on a weekly habit tracker (up to seven boxes) and include this tracker in your Weekly ...
Author: Andrea Gonzalez
Publisher: Mango Media Inc.
Category: Games & Activities
A Dive Into the World of Planning and Personal Growth The complete guide for navigating the planning process, Journal Planning Magic features easy tips and visuals for effective execution and increased productivity using your journal as a tool. Planning made simple. Journal Planning Magic is the ultimate companion for planning the different areas of our lives. No matter how organized or disorganized you might feel, this guide helps find which planning process works best for you, whether it be bullet journaling or something simpler. Filled with details and tips on drafting schedules for the day, week, month, and year—and lots of visual inspiration to get started—Journal Planning Magic encourages us to work on short term and personal goals on a regular basis. From calendar events to personal goals. Life isn't perfect and neither are our plans. Therefore, it’s important to learn to adjust for life’s curveballs. Author Andrea Gonzalez of the Plan for Productivity platform teaches how you can stay on track, whether you are a student, recent graduate, busy parent, and beyond. Featuring advice on achieving personal goals from other experts in the field such as Ryder Carrol, Daniel Pink, Rory Vaden, and Stephen Covey—this guide has all the wisdom you need to plan effectively and get things done using just a journal. Inside, you’ll find bonus productivity material like: • Essential morning and evening routines and habits for personal growth • Ways to personalize your planning system to your specific needs • Bonus spreads, journal examples, and creativity tips to decorate your journal If you’re into bullet, dot, or productivity journals—or simply enjoyed books like The Bullet Journal Method, Journal Me Organized, Dot Journaling, or Goal Getter (A Productivity Journal)—then you’ll love Journal Planning Magic.