Your planner is a calendar. The days, weeks, months and years on the calendar represent actual time in your life. Therefore, your planner is your life. If you (1.) decide to first create your life by creating a plan, then (2.) take action on your plan, then (3.) record and reflect on the tasks you have completed, you can better control your time and your results. The easy part is in deciding what you want to put in your day. The difficult part is in doing what you have planned. The one thing that makes each day flow more smoothly is to create daily habits that support your goals. To develop a daily habit, select a planner to use for tracking a single habit. Here are some daily habits you can track: exercise/fitness, meals/meal planning, gratitude, journaling, writing/morning pages, morning routine, faith.
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