I’m looking like a bobblehead over here.
Let me be clear: it’s great to dream big dreams and pursue wholeheartedly after them. But there is the danger of being so caught up in them that your successes or failures at these goals become the defining characteristics of who you are. When what you do begins to equate with who you are.
But how do you stop that kind of thinking when life necessitates doing and you also have life-giving dreams to pursue?
You could read a self-help book or take a yoga class to become more grounded. You could just tell yourself to do better tomorrow. All of these options are fine, but there’s an even simpler solution. And all it takes is a slight adjustment to the current rhythms you already have in place.
We’ve taken your everyday paper goods - your planner, your journal, your calendar, your meal planners - and turned them into paper goods that help you do the things you need and want to, and remind you that you’re a human being.
"I want to be reminded daily of who I am &
that intentionality comes with practice & time.”
“I want more space to check in with myself & notice how I really am.”
“I want more space to check in with myself
& notice how I really am.”
"I want to be reminded daily of who I am & that intentionality comes with practice & time.”