Plans

Features:

  • Undated – You can start anytime.
  • 12 Monthly Calendars – Plan ahead.
  • 12 Monthly To Do Lists – Catch-all for everything you need to remember.
  • 52 Weekly Spreads– Keep track of your daily activities.
  • Reminders– Narrow in on weekly priorities.
  • Habit Box–  Effective tool to help you form new habits.
  • Guide to Goal Setting – Achieve your goals using this simple method.

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A Weekend Retreat, Vancouver, B.C.

Corinne is one of my very best friends and she currently lives in Vancouver. We have lived in separate cities for the past 4 years, but thankfully, we’ve been able to see each other regularly. We’ve met up in Toronto, San Francisco, and LA twice; I was determined to make it to Vancouver this year.  I had been to Vancouver a couple of times in the past, but only for work – this was my first time really getting to relax and enjoy the city.

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My Unplanned Year: 10 Hikes

When I first moved to LA, people started recommending me “all the great hikes here I simply had to do” –  to which I would smile and then silently file in my “thanks but not for me” drawer.

To me – hiking was basically the opposite of an activity I would enjoy. Something for those who owned “gear.” I thought it was laden with rattlesnakes, mountain lions, and cliffs – none of which existed on my fair and gentle isle in Canada.

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Want to Stop Throwing Food Away? (Template for Weekly Meal Planning)

Buying groceries (and using them all!) to make 90% of your meals at home results in major money saving and healthier eating, but it does require planning. Although I don’t think it’s a ‘one-size-fits-all’ sort of thing, below is the template Greg and I follow consistently, in case any of the elements appeal to you and make sense for your life 🙂

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10 Silent Days: My Vipassana Meditation Experience

One of the goals for my “Unplanned Year” was to attend a 10 day Vipassana Meditation course in the hopes that it would help me develop a regular meditation practice. Wow – did it ever give me more than that. It was without a doubt one of the hardest and best things I’ve ever done, and I recommend it highly to absolutely anybody. It is such a gift.

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