It’s here!! The 2024 Thriving in Motherhood Planner is ready to make its way into your hands to empower you in creating a life that you are excited to wake up to each day.
In this week’s episode, I’m sharing the story of the planner, the overview of how the whole system works, and all of the changes and updates that have been made for next year’s planner. I am very excited about the details we’ve added and the revisions. It is the best version yet!
What makes the Thriving in Motherhood Planner unique?
- It’s not just about getting things done – it’s about getting the RIGHT things done. This is unique to every single one of us. Create your vision first to help you get clarity about what matters to you and then easily refer back to it all year long.
- Plan your weeks, not your days.
- Set a weekly Big 3.
- Monthly review to CELEBRATE.
- Quarterly reviews to check in with your vision – see what works, see what you need to let go of, and know what goals to focus on.
- Context-based to-dos instead of a long, running list.
Updates to the Thriving in Motherhood Planner:
- Tabs go all the way to the edge of the page! This included a full re-design of the entire Thriving in Motherhood Planner and multiple all-nighters from my husband, Andrew, the MVP of the 2024 Planner Launch.
- Page numbers and an index are in the back of the planner. If you write down the information you want to refer back to in your Think and Process Pages, there is now an easy way to note which page you wrote it on to find it again. This is my solution to not adding in all of the life-specific options of a budgeting page, meal planning page, kids measurements, etc., that you find in a lot of other mom planners. I personally find these stressful. You can customize what you want and need in your planner.
- Create your vision section overhaul, including more explanatory life domains, new vision exercises, rewriting your story pages, risk lists, and a new home management section.
- Weekly rhythm pages. Jot down recurring events and specify when you want to do repeated tasks. There is also a Puzzle Pieces box for those things you want to do each week, but that don’t happen at the same time.