The Planner- Journal Connection



I have kept a journal since childhood. Some time around early puberty I felt the need to start writing things down. I have no idea what I wrote, but I am pretty sure it had to do with a boy. Mostly all of my early writing attempts did. Teenage journaling was more boys, girl drama and additionally whatever ruffled my feathers. Mostly everything ruffled my feathers. As I grew older, relationships grew more complex, as did my rants. More boys, drama girl stories and lengthier journal entries. I don’t ever remember having a planner in school. I just followed the schedule I was shown. I did not have much of an after school life, so I lived in a planner-less limbo. I was about 20 when I began training for physique competition, attending school  and working part time at a local health club simultaneously. Suddenly, life required more of me than my little planner-less existence could muster! BAM!


One Thing (5 Questions to Shape Your Day)






1. What is one thing you can do TODAY or TOMORROW that will bring you closer to living the life you want to live or being the you you want to be?


2. What is the one thing you will do that will get you closer to a specific goal you have set for yourself?


3. Is there one thing you can think of that stands in the way of you attaining to your goal?


4. What is the one thing you have been putting off doing that you know you should be doing?


5. What is one thing you need to say tomorrow and to whom does it need need to be said?


Answer the questions and do your one thing. Or all the things. But, do no less than one thing.



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