2019 Planner of Glory
2019 Planner of Glory
Get your sh*t together with the planner that has it all! The Planner of Glory (POG) is a mixture of bullet journal practicality, weekly planning tools, with goal setting & reflection, and so much more. Check out the description below for more details.
Dimensions: 8.5"w x 11"h (approx 1/2 inch thick)
Please note: Planner does not include pens or highlighters. Or cup of coffee.
Welcome to the Planner of Glory
What it is: a mixture of bullet journal practicality, with weekly-planning focus, goal setting & reflections, and real life/work life separation. All in one place.
What it's not: a journal, or a replacement for your digital calendar.
The POG is meant to help you stay organized & focused, while helping you become a better version of yourself -- the person you want to be.
There are little goodies along the way -- goal setting, life planning, inspirational quotes, and thoughtful questions that you can ponder.
Best of all, the POG keeps everything in one place, at your fingertips! Finally, you can keep track of the big picture, in digestible chunks.
*NEW* There are added goal setting tools in 2019's edition. They will help prepare you for the year ahead. You can plan from macro to micro levels; making achievable goals that help you sustain change.
Real Life VS Work Life
Real and work life tasks are separated throughout the planner, so you can keep your work-life balance on lock down.
Here's the big picture for the month ahead. You can keep track of the month's activities, monthly tasks (like paying the bills), weekly tasks (like watering the plants or laundry), and daily habits you want to build (exercise, drink enough water, etc.), as well as remembering upcoming birthdays. Read the blog post about this area of the planner.
Life can change on a dime. So live it one week at a time. The POG week begins on Monday to allow you the weekend to plan the upcoming week and hit the ground running. (Trust us, it makes Mondays suck WAY less.) There are limited spots for to dos to help you set realistic priorities for the week. Work life is separate from real life for daily tasks, and there's a handy meal planning area.
Monthly Reflection + Goals & Sh*t
Each month, you can take a moment to reflect on what you've accomplished and learned, as well as how you'll move forward. Based on a dear friend's template (nicoleantoinette.com), it's been expanded slightly to help you look forward to the next month. You'll set an intention for the month ahead and that's left after that is to DO THE WORK.
Super Secret Facebook Group
If you're on Facebook, you'll be invited to join the private POG Facebook group, where I share my weekly spreads, as well as tips & tricks for organization of life in general. And maybe a cat meme or two.