The Self-Journal: A Research-Backed Planner That Really Helps You Get Your Life Together
It’s part planner, part journal — that’s why I love the Self Journal.
I’ve Tried All The Planners!
You name it, I’ve done it:
• The Passion Planner
• Good Notes on iPad
• Bullet journaling
• Tiny, leather-bound planners with refills
• Big, hippy-dippy-woo-woo planners with sacred geometry & angels…
Here’s Why I Keep Coming Back to the Self-Journal
It’s a love affair that’s gone on for years.
It started when they were just on Kickstarter and my friend printed one out for me and bound it herself by hand like, “Here, you need this.”
First of all, it’s backed by research and proven positive psychology fundamentals. So what do you get?
You Get a 13-Week Roadmap Toward Your Goal
This is a goal-oriented planner/journal with daily gratitude and space for reflection built-in.
You also get habit trackers and bucket lists — these are the types of things I’ve used with my clients for years! All. Built. In.
I love the weekly reflection & daily gratitude prompts. Everything about the Self-Journal makes me a better planner and journaler!
The One Drawback?
You’ll receive a blank planner, so you have to fill in the dates yourself. I know some people would rather not do something so tedious. But I enjoy all aspects of planning (nerd alert).
Pro tip: Use erasable pens like Frixion (this also has changed my life).
This atomic essay contains an affiliate link. Use the discount code HeatLar to get 15% off.
This post was created with Typeshare