Create your self-care plan in six steps.
The Self-Care Plan: Six positive psychology researched steps designed to help you reflect on your current self-care practices, recognize areas where you can improve, and generate ideas for new self-care activities you enjoy.
Create positive habits that stick.
Track your sleep and mood patterns, get rid of bad habits, and set yourself up to succeed by prioritizing your goals.
Live a healthy, balanced life.
The 4-page weekly spread combines everything you need to plan and schedule your day with space to keep track of your health and wellness.
Finally, a weekly planner that prioritizes self-care.
Working towards your goals is hard, but shouldn't stress you out. Our unique system helps you achieve your goals without compromising your health and wellbeing in the process.
Just What I Needed
It's so great and keeps my mind organized
Love my planner
The planner is so helpful when you use it! I wish there was a 12-month daily version.
This is my current favorite planner! Here are a few ideas for improvements: - A page for notes after the weekly layout - The monthly spread right before the weekly spreads for that month (instead of all months at the front) - An unlined area for appointments for each day (currently each day only has a lined area for tasks, and there’s no dedicated space for meetings/appointments)
Everything was great
Simple, Yet Beautiful
I love the simplicity of this journal and look forward to planning my self- care on it. Please keep them coming.
great planner but not everything works for me...
This is a review after using the planner for more than a month: Overall, it feels like a high-quality product when I use it: the cover is thick and beautiful; the print is very clear and neat; the paper does not have any ghosting for the inks and highlighters I used. The only complaint I have with the overall design is that the planner does not come with a pocket to store stickers etc. I had to stick an envelop myself, not sure how long it will hold, but I am not going to buy a special one for it because I feel like the planner is already not cheap -- esp. when a few weeks after I purchased my planner, I received a promo email telling me they are on sale... As for the design of layout, I have several comments + suggestions. 1) I always find myself at lost when facing the "Monthly Intentions" page -- I don't know how to use it, if I put things on it I just forget to check on them later. I would also rather there be more empty boxes for this page because people have different focuses and even one same person may have different areas they want to focus for different months. I personally just don't use the "Finances" and "Spirituality" boxes because I have a separate system to track my finance and I am not spiritual. 2) The overall inconsistency between the pages kind of is throwing me off. I don't understand why the "satisfaction score" in Monthly Review does not match the Monthly Intention. I think it will be better if we have more blank boxes for us to decide what to evaluate, and we users can decide whether we want the Intention and Review items to be consistent. Also, the monthly spread is Sunday start whereas the weekly spreads are Monday start, this is also confusing sometimes. 3) Even though I appreciate the "Gratitude," "Top Goal," and "Self-care" section in the to-do list page, I find it difficult to have two spreads for one week. I have to flip back and forth to migrate To-Dos etc. As a result, I kind of ended up using only the weekly spread only and keep a seperate To-Do notebook. If there ever is a slim version that only has the weekly spread without the To-Do list page I will much more likely choose that one instead.