The Lifestyle Design Planner
A flexible life organizer for high-achievers who value self-care and simplicity.
The Lifestyle Design Planner was designed using the 8 Dimensions of Self-Care framework. This simple planning system will help you achieve your goals without sacrificing your health in the process. Note: The hardcover, full color planner is no longer available. You can buy the current version of The Lifestyle Design Planner here.
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Annual Planning Pages
The annual planning pages are designed to help you map out your goals for the year ahead. Here, you can add your goals and intentions within each of the 8 dimensions of self-care. You’ll also have a full yearly calendar to add important dates for quick reference.
The self-discovery worksheet will help you assess how well you’re supporting your health today. You’ll consider what’s going well and what is already in alignment with your goals. You’ll also identify which areas of your life need more of your attention.
Theme Words & Core Values Worksheet
Theme words represent your focus areas. Choosing a theme word (or words) that aligns with your personal and professional goals will help you stay connected to them all year long.
Core values serve as your compass, helping you make important decisions in your day-to-day life. Your values include your beliefs, perspectives, and personal brand. While your theme words may change from year to year, your core values rarely change, and may even point you to your life’s work.
The 2-page vision board layout offers space for you to attach images, drawings, words, or other inspirational messages that align with your goals and intentions for the year. This visual representation of your desired future state can help you maintain motivation when you lose momentum.
Quarterly Planning Pages
Quarterly planning pages allow you to map out your goals for the quarter. Breaking your goals down into smaller pieces can make them seem more manageable.
Monthly Planning Pages
Monthly planning pages allow you to map out your goals for the month ahead.
Monthly Habit Tracker
The monthly habit tracker allows you to track your progress toward your goals. The planner includes space for four activities, but there is also lots of space below to add more.
Watch the video tutorial on how to use the monthly planning pages here: Watch Video
Weekly Planning Pages
The weekly planning pages give you a big-picture view of your week ahead.
Rate Your 8 Self-Care Assessment
Each daily column includes the Rate Your 8 self-care assessment, which can help you easily identify where to invest your time and energy to stay aligned with your goals.
Your “Big 5”
On the left side of each weekly page, there is a designated space for your to include your “Big 5” goals for the week. This will help you keep your priorities front and center.
Dotted Space & Notes
On the right side of each weekly page, you’ll find open space to take notes, make lists, and keep track of any information you may need to reference quickly. Between each weekly page, you’ll find a 2-page notes spread, where you can journal, take meeting notes, or sketch out ideas.
Watch the video tutorial on how to use the weekly planning pages here: Watch Video
In the back of the planner, you’ll find over 300 self-care activity ideas to help you build a solid self-care foundation.
How many pages are in the planner?
The planner has 300 pages.
What’s the size and weight of the planner?
Size: 7″ x 10″ x 1″
Shipping Weight: 2 pounds
Is the planner dated?
No, the planner is undated so you can start using it any time of year.
What makes this planner different?
In addition to standard yearly, quarterly, monthly and weekly planning pages, this planner also includes space for your vision board, notes pages, and a place for your theme words and core values. You’ll also find a quick reference list of 300+ self-care activity ideas in the back of the planner.