Month Review for March 2020: Mental and Physical Health Tracking Results

Welcome to this month’s post in our series designed to help you do your Month Reviews! Monthly reviews help you see what worked well and what didn’t in the past month. This helps you prepare for success in the next month. Doing monthly reviews regularly can help you stay on track with your goals and […]

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Month Theme for March 2020: Tracking Mental and Physical Health

On the first Wednesday of each month we have a post with the month’s theme. The month theme is something to think about, journal about, include in your daily intentions, and/or be mindful of all month. It’s also a good topic for folks doing our Page Per Day Journaling. This month I’m going to do […]

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Book review: Start Finishing by Charlie Gilkey

I’m a long-time fan of Charlie Gilkey’s website Productive Flourishing, so when I found out he had published a book, I was very excited to read it! Charlie is a productivity guru and guide for entrepreneurs and creatives. He has a really interesting background: he’s ABD for a PhD in philosophy, and was a lieutenant […]

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Time management Monday: How to manage different timescales for your goals

It’s the time of year when everyone is making goals and resolutions! The different timescales for goals (daily, weekly, monthly, year, 5-year, lifetime) require different approaches. Here are some tips on how to manage the varying timescales for your goals. Daily = Lifetime: Daily goals are usually habits we want to cultivate, like eating a healthy […]

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Month, Year, and Decade review, December 2019: Patterns

Welcome to this month’s post in our series designed to help you do your Month Reviews! Normally in this series, we review the month with a new theme each month. But this month is exceptional: not only are we reviewing the month and, since it’s December, the year, we are also reviewing the decade! For […]

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Time management Monday: Fitting in time to meet with your supporters

Humans are social animals, and we all need support from each other. But with our busy schedules, it’s hard to find time to meet with the people who can support you toward your goals regularly enough to gain a benefit. There’s only so much you can jam into your weekly schedule. But, you can create […]

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