It's that time of year, where many people are looking forward to getting into a new year. I personally don't believe that you need to wait for a particular month, to make changes to your life, but a lot of people see January as the perfect time to make resolutions and new plans for their life, Today, I want to share some books and journals that I personally enjoy and find useful, and even if you aren't in the "make improvements to your life" mindset yourself, they could make nice Christmas gifts for people who love fresh starts, or just want to make improvements in one area of their life.
Journals: I have used journals for as long as I can remember. I never really kept a diary as a child, but I loved making lists and plans (I still do). I've upgraded from my plain notebooks to planners and journals. My Pro Planner is one that I received for Christmas last year. It's well worth checking this site out as they have general daily agendas, networking agendas (a separate diary for work), desk planners, planning pads, matching pens, bundles, and even clothes! They have a section for your vision board for the year, which I find very useful - the visions can be as big or small as you wish, as long as you really want to achieve them. There is a monthly planner, for important dates etc, finance planners, motivational quotes, and then double pages weekly planners, which are divided into half hour slots, beginning at 6am and ending at 10:30pm. There's also room for notes, and each weekly planner has a top priority list, and a section for things that you're grateful for. It runs from December 27th 2021 to Jan 1st 2023. It's a large, hardback planner, so probably one for your bedside locker or desk, rather than your handbag, but it has pretty much everything you could need in it.
CGD Daily Goal Setter: As you can see, mine is a bit grubby as I use it all of the time! This site has so many agendas/diaries/journals - some dated, some undated, which is convenient as not everyone is ready to start on January 1st! The one that I currently own (the goal setter) seems to have been discontinued, which is disappointing, as I'm on my second one of these. That said, there are daily planners and 'getting stuff done' planners, which are similar and will suit my needs. I love that this brand covers all aspects of life - wellness, finance, fitness, self love, project planners and more. Some people only need some extra help/focus on one area of life and writing it down and planning, will make them accountable. They also sell bundles too.
Do you use journals or planners? I'd love t hear your favourite brands!
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