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A Glimpse into my Planner – What Happened in January

I got a new planner this year.  And I’m loving it!    

Let's glimpse into my planner for January

It’s a Kitlife planner, and I won it as part of Nicole Culver’s planning party.  I had looked at these planners before but never purchased so I was super excited to win!

In my days as a home-based counselor, I carried my Franklin Covey everywhere.  I’m a pen and paper kind of gal.  I have a wall calendar for our family and I keep lists of what I have to do.  I use my calendar on my iphone but only as a bonus calendar.  

So, I thought I’d do a series this year where I give you a glimpse into my planner each month, because it’s more than appointments and to do lists!  

First I have to tell you the great things about the Kitlife planner (and before you think I’m getting paid to write this, please don’t.  There are no affiliate links in this post and winning the planner had no conditions about sharing it.  Now that we have that cleared up! 😉 )

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Tips to Help You Move into the New Year

Walk, run, ride, dance, press, bend.  It’s time to move into the New Year.

move into the new year

Moving everyday is as natural for me as brushing my teeth every morning.  It’s a non-negotiable.  My day doesn’t go well if I don’t get up in the morning and include some sort of sweat session.

Now, the duration and the type of movement depends on the day.  Most days it includes running or biking because, well, I’m a cardio junkie.  

Other days it may be a yoga flow or strength session.  

I know that intentional movement everyday (exercise, workout, call it whatever you’d like) is not something that everyone aspires to do nor is it something that comes easily to some people.  

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Community Matters – Don’t Go at Life On Your Own

It’s taken me awhile and still I buck the system at times, but community matters.  Making genuine connections with other people matters.  We were never meant to go on this journey of life alone.  

community matters

By yourself you’re unprotected.  With a friend you can face the worst.  Can you round up a third?  A three-stranded rope isn’t easily snapped. Ecclesiastes 4:12 (the Message)

I used to be a loner.  I’m still an introvert at the core.  I prefer to do things on my own.  I’m okay being alone.  

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