After reading numerous 'self-help' books I have given a lot of serious thoughts to what I really want from life. I am 33 almost 34 and not getting any younger. I've always felt that life has been pretty average, I haven't been seriously unhappy with it all overall but I haven't been ecstatically happy either.… Continue reading Planning Your Goals and Achieving Your Dreams.
When I had finished reading The Miracle Morning by Hal Elrod I really wanted to implement some kind of journal with everything I would need for my new morning routine. I had a Traveler's Notebook which I loved but had been seriously under utilising so I decided to transform it. Inside I have 3 books,… Continue reading My Miracle Morning Journal
I was a little apprehensive about reading this book. Like most who pick up these sort of self-help things I did think it was going to be a load of wishy washy advice that is impossible to implement and actually work. The book was written by Hal Elrod. The book started with a bit of… Continue reading Book Review: The Morning Miracle
If you have read my previous post on the Leuctturm 1917 which I started using at the beginning of January you will know that using this type of journal was entirely new to me. I wasn't sure entirely how it would progress, what bits i would implement and utilise and what I wouldn't need. It was all… Continue reading The Leuchtturm 1917 – Things I’ve Added
Quite often in different Facebook groups and among friends I have been asked or seen the question asked "What do you do with your planner?" There are so many different uses for a planner, it doesn't have the be the traditional way. One of the best things about planners are their customisability. You can make… Continue reading 20 Uses For Your Planner
Since I had my baby back in October 2014 I have seriously lacked the time to indulge in a good book. Towards the end of 2015 I picked up reading again and managed to finish the whole Harry Potter series in a few weeks. I have since found that there is no excuse not to… Continue reading My 2016 Books to Read…
You may have heard me mention Getting Things Done (GTD) by David Allen in previous posts, this book is definitely worth a read. It has single handed improved the way I organise and manage my life. Some maybe put off as I was initially thinking this was just for businesses but the methods can be… Continue reading Project Planning The GTD Way
This is my first ever Leuchtturm. My partner bought it for me for Christmas and its the Berry dotted version. I have to admit I'm a little weary when it comes to notebooks especially those that are quite high in price as they very rarely live up to the hype however this one is amazing!… Continue reading The Leuchtturm 1917
I don't know about you but I find December a very reflective month. This is when I think about everything I've done over the year and where I want to go from here. I as always have many things which I'd like to complete before the new year approaches. So I set about my December… Continue reading Wrapping up December.
I've always struggled with the chaotic mind syndrome. So much going on, too much to think about, planning for the week ahead etc. Sometime, well let's be honest now most of the time I feel like my brain is going to explode. As a result of all this chaos I usually find I hinder my… Continue reading Unleash Your Mind!