5 Ways a Weekly Planner Helps Your Mental Health

Writing in a daily or weekly planner helps you get a bird’s eye view of your day, which helps reduce stress by improving your time management skills. How this works is simple: If you know you’ve got an assignment due on Friday, then you can consciously schedule your time and spread out that work throughout […]

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Becoming more

A post by The Momentum Project. Short and sweet, yet a good reminder to stop holding yourself back if you want to do something. Don’t worry about standing out or rocking the boat. That’s what people do when they’re the kind of person to get shit done. https://wp.me/paVQNc-3k

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Mental Health / Mood Tracker Planner Inserts!

Check out the link below to see my new mental health inserts for the Happy Planner Classic, for GoodNotes, or for any A5-sized planner, diary, bullet journal, or agenda! Track your moods and the thoughts that precede them, because what we think very strongly influences how we feel. Click here to see!

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How I Realized I’m A Late Blooming Lesbian (AKA, how thick can you get?)

Okay, so I want to clarify something here. Some people I’ve met don’t really consider the age of 24 as “late blooming” or an odd age to discover your true sexuality. After all, that’s about the age at which your prefrontal cortex (the brain’s personality, reasoning, and decision-making center) is fully formed. I use the […]

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