A complete and practical guide to help you maximize your day, achieve your goals, organize your life and projects and tap into your intuition and creativity. Find balance and purpose in your busy life with this planner with prompts to realize all you accomplish each day and focus on the joy of being an authentic, busy and creative mother.
A complete and practical guide to help you maximize your day, achieve your goals, organize your life and projects and tap into your intuition and creativity. Find balance and purpose in your busy life with this planner with prompts to realize all you accomplish each day and focus on the joy of a being an authentic, busy and creative mother.
Coloring pages are included with space to contemplate the bounty in everyday and destress.
Inspiration Behind the Design
As a busy mom of twins with a quite a few projects always in some phase or another, I need a good planner that can hold all my ideas, to-dos and the family’s many schedules. I found myself filling up my work planner with craft ideas with the kids or new curriculum I had heard about. So I found a different planner that could hold all of that information. The margins of that planner quickly began to fill with tiny notes about all the other things I need to take care of, in particular, me.
I realized when I took time to put all the planners down and pick up my small, pretty self-care journal, I felt calm and centered. I also felt ready to tackle the crowded pages of the other planners stuffed with to do lists.
As a busy mom, it’s easy to forget all you do and easy to think about all you didn’t accomplish. This Authentic, Busy and Creative Mom Planner is designed to hold all of the vital info you need and, possibly more importantly, remind you of all you achieve each and every day.
Tips to Using this Planner
When we take time for ourselves, we have an abundance of energy, self-confidence and joy to parent from.
Take 15 minutes at the end of each day to sit with the Today’s Wins page. Every mom does more than she realizes. It is not the big things that matter, but the everyday moments that add up to a well-lived life. What meaningful moment happened today? Who was touched by your actions, words or presence? When the week gets away from you and a bad day inevitably pops up, a list of all you’ve already accomplished can stop that spiral of negative thinking.
Don’t feel you have to do everything on your list. Move tasks and activities to the Next Week space on the Daily Tasks page and take some pressure off.