Have you been looking for a planner that has it all? Large planning space, a place to journal, and the ability to print just the pages that make sense for your lifestyle? You’ve come to the right place!
Have your most organized and insightful year yet with over 800 pages of planning and journalling space!
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Purchase the PDF and print the whole planner or just the pages that make sense for you. Here’s what you can expect:
- Monthly title pages
- A weekly planning page for every Monday, giving you space to write notes, choose a weekly theme, and write a quick review of your week at the bottom when the week comes to an end.
- A daily page with space for a quick gratitude list, choosing an intention for the day, deciding an area to quickly declutter/organize, decide on a person or passion to nurture during the day, and writing down what you intend on learning or what you have learned during that day.
- Each daily page also contains space for noting holidays, reminders, holidays and observances, and of course, a very large space for writing down your tasks for the day.
- Finally, each daily page has checkboxes for counting your pomodoros*, 4-5-minute tasks*, 10-12 minute tasks*, and word count for the writers among us. If you’re not sure what pomodoros or timed tasks are, please see the notes below.
- Journal page at the back of each daily page.
- Monthly and Weekly Holidays and Observances page—includes official as well as silly holidays
- Monthly Goals & Notes journalling page
- “Month in Review” journalling page at the end of each month
- “Year in Review” journalling page at the end of the planner
- Notes pages
- Each month has a theme and the journalling and holiday pages contain beautiful Creative Commons illustrations to go along with that theme.
- Some blank pages have been added for ease of double-sided printing.
- Without counting the blank ones, this planner contains over 800 pages of planning and journalling space. Because this is being sold as a printable product, you can feel free to print just the pages that make sense for you.
What is a pomodoro?
A pomodoro consists of 25 minutes of focused work followed by a 5-minute break. Do at least 4 of these and then take a longer, 10 or 15 minute break. This style of work has helped many people get focused and get stuff done. Credit to the “pomodoro technique” goes to Francesco Cirillo, who developed it when he was a student.
What are 4-5-minute tasks and 10-12-minute tasks?
When you must do a task that you’re not overly interested in doing, set a timer for 4, 5, 10, or 12 minutes. Work until the timer goes off. If you feel like it, keep going after the timer goes off. But if you don’t, you at least spent some time doing the task, and probably got farther than you thought you might.
If you intend on printing the whole planner, it’s highly recommended that you print it double-sided. Use a binder or disc system to put the pages together, and have your most organized and insightful year yet!
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