4 of the Best Planners for a Happy & Healthy Year
One of my favourite things about this time of year (except the secular parts of Christmas) is plannage! Over the years, I've experimented with finding the best planners for the job and, in this post, I want to share some of my favourites with you.The new year is the perfect time to review how far you've come during your last trip around the sun and set intentions for the next. I am obsessed with planning, lists, and dreaming up new projects as a way to live as fully as possible and savour each moment the new year brings. The tools below are perfect for doing just that:
Danielle LaPorte's Desire Map series is a unique planner that approaches goals from the philosophy that it's not so much the goal we're chasing, but the feeling that working towards and achieving that goal will give us.So why not get clear on how we want to feel in our day-to-day lives and then map out our actions around those feelings?
I've used the Desire Map the last couple of years to set intentions for the year ahead and love it!
Daily Greatness is founded on the idea thatHow we start our days determines how we spend our days. How we spend each day determines our future.I use the Daily Greatness Business Planner to manage my business projects and goals, plan each quarter and manage my time each day and will continue to do so in 2016. Business-wise, this is one of the best planners I've found.DG also make beautiful journals for everyday use, training plans (perfect for fitness goals), yoga journals and more.
Create Your Shining Year
Leonie Dawson's Create Your Shining Year planners aren't just amazing tools for reviewing the past year and planning for the year ahead, they are also works of art! Each page is custom designed and perfect for you if you like planners that have a DIY bohemian feel.I've used the life planners since 2010, adding the business planners into the mix too in later years. This year, I'm going to stick to what I already have, but still highly recommend both planners for a day of dreaming and scheming.[Tweet "Looking for the perfect planner for 2016? Check out these four favourites"]
Finally, if you want to get creative, why not make your own planner? This way, you can create something tailored to your needs, goals and priorities. You can find plenty of printables online or check out my DIY planners and journals Pinterest board for more ideas.
What are your best planners?
What are your favourite planners for reviewing, setting goals and staying on track? Leave a comment and share your suggestions!Image: Negative space