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Inside Kendra Wright’s Planning Process

Planning is a very personal process. We all have a different process to plan what we’re going to work on and get accomplished, and what goals we will focus on. That’s why I always find it interesting to dive into inspiring people’s planning process. Earlier last year, I invited Kendra Wright, creator of the Year of Fear project on the blog. Since, I’ve discovered that Kendra has a very interesting take on planning and incorporating adventure into her weeks. She gracefully agreed to share her planning process with us today. Let’s dive in! Kendra, welcome back to Productive Happiness! Can you share with us what life design is, and how can we integrate it into our daily lives? Life design to me is making a conscious choice on how we will spend our time versus totally winging it like many people do. Putting your priorities on your calendar before the demands of the world take over. Whereas many people let others rob their best time, energy and attention. Then, invest whatever time is left into their goals, ideas and relationships. […]

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7 Reasons Why You Need a coach

7 reasons why you need a coach

In this day and age, life is so fast paced that we need an edge to keep ahead of the flow. If we truly want to be successful in our career and in our relationships, trying to wing it just doesn’t cut it anymore. We’re bombarded by information, opportunities and new technologies and deciding what’s right for us can quickly become overwhelming. My readers often tell me that they’re having a hard time deciding what to focus on and narrowing their priorities. These are all reasons why you need a coach. Coaching is one of the best ways to cut the clutter in your life, define your priorities and find happiness and fulfillment. Keep reading to learn the 7 reasons why you need a coach. 1. A coach helps you define your goals and your priorities One of the biggest challenge my readers face is to decide what to dedicate their time to. Time is the most precious resource we have and the most limited. We all get 168 hours a week and, if we’re spending it on stuff that’s […]

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Bullet Journal Flip Through – Volume 4

Bullet journal flip through

Lately, I have closed my third Leuchtturm 1917 notebook, my fourth Bullet Journal ever. I had started implemented the bullets part of the Bullet Journal method at work for a few years before deciding to bite the bullet and buy a notebook. 2 years later, I like to look back at my past journals and reflect on my life. Today’s post is a flip-through of my favorite spreads in my Bullet Journal Volume 4. Enjoy! Bullet Journal Key My key has changed a bit since my last journal. I’ve created a smaller circle to represent events, such as birthdays. I’ve started incorporating color coding, as you can see at the bottom. I’ve added this bit way later, towards the end of the notebook, that’s why it looks out of place here. In my new journal, my color code has been created from the start. Index Classic Bullet Journal index. I’ve started incorporating color to help me find frequently used spreads more easily. I used more than the included index, so I need to remember to allow at least one more […]

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