As promised in my last post I going to talk about my daily pages today. The monthly and weekly spread were pretty easy for me to come up with. I have always had monthly and weekly spreads in every planner I’ve ever had. I knew what worked, what didn’t work, and what else I was looking for. I have never had daily pages before. I have never thought that they would be necessary because I don’t have tons of appointments or huge to-do lists. When I discovered project-based planning, it became quite obvious that daily pages could work for me. Actually, if I want to achieve my goals, organizing my days better is a requirement.
In my last post, I promised to explain my thought process for choosing each step in my morning ritual.
Thank God For Another Day
I have such a hard time with gratitude. I know that I have so much to be grateful for, but I have a really hard time feeling it. I’m hoping that by acknowledging this one thing every day it will help break down that block. Keep reading “My Morning Ritual”
As I mentioned in my introductory post, I believe in rituals. Rituals are a way to give your mind a rest or to get you mind in the mode that it needs to be. Because of that, I think a morning ritual may be the most important ritual you can have.