As we transition from summer to fall, I like to pause and reflect on how the last few months went as a way to close the tabs and move forward with confidence into the next season. 

It can be easy to get to the end of the season and wish it went differently. But instead of sitting in a place of discouragement or looking at the things that didn’t go well, we can pause and look for the lessons learned to help us be intentional about the little changes we make in our lives that make a big difference over time.

You either get the results you want or the lesson you needed.

So, if you want to try to do your own summer review, here are a few questions to get you started:

  1. What were you hoping summer would look like?
  2. What went well this summer?
  3. Was there something this summer that you stressed about that turned out not to be a big deal?
  4. What were some of the things that didn’t go well? Look for the lessons and how to reframe.
  5. What do you want to remember in your planning for next summer?

In this week’s episode, I’ll walk you through the process of reflecting on your summer and what you can learn from it so you can feel great about how things went, even if it was different than you hoped. Bring a pen and paper (or a Think and Process page from your Thriving in Motherhood Planner) to this actionable episode.

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