Dear Everyday Human,
I made this for you. This slate blue/green color is symbolic for your growth and the depth you have as an entirely unique individual. I went with the name "Slate" because this planner is also meant to symbolize the fact that you can always start with a fresh slate and new outlook on life.
I made this for you, to have a little bit of hope to hold onto while you are going through a period of transition. Change can be uncomfortable but this recovery planner is designed to help you stay grounded throughout all of the turbulence. My favorite part of this planner is keeping track of the "best" and "worst" of each day. And I'll share with you that I have a rule for myself about this section. My rule is that I always have to fill out both the "best" and "worst," I can't just focus on one or the other. And that really helps me keep things balanced and in perspective.
I made this a dateless daily planner so you can start using it any day of the year without having any wasted pages. I made it a 12-week planner so that you can get switch back to the mindset of an Everyday Visionary whenever you feel ready.
I made this for you to easily being each day by setting intentions and reinforcing those intentions with the affirmations you need to be telling yourself. The stories we choose to tell ourselves carry a lot of power. Make sure you are telling yourself stories full love, hope, compassion and grace. You are worthy of those stories.
When I made this for you I decided to give you space to look back and reflect on your moments of growth and lessons learned on a weekly basis. I've also given you more space for journaling at the end of each week if you feel so inclined.
I made this for you so that you could have a journal that helps you navigate life as much as it helps you organize your day, especially when that period of life proves to be more difficult. These pages are meant to capture some of the most meaningful parts of your life's story. It will be something you look back on and flip through years from now, thinking to yourself "I remember when this happened, and look how far I've come."