Brands Mentioned In this Episode:
Hobonichi (2022 releases are out and go on sale this week!)
Full Focus (affiliate link)
Positively Present (gratitude journal)
Audience Participation Question
From listener Molly:
I’m essentially looking for a weekly planner that dedicates a lot more space to weekend dates, than it does to weekend days. That is what I need for my personal life. I typically have 3-5 things I need to do personally in the middle of the work day or each evening, and very full weekends, and that would fit my needs. I tend to use a daily page (using just a daily plan notepad I bought from Etsy) for my daily work needs, so I’m all set there.
Other than cobbling together a custom option using inserts, any ideas for Molly?
Brief Weekend Report
I watched a Hobonichi Preview on Instagram Live and spent the rest of the weekend fawning over the covers. I’m not sure what’s driving me back to my planner roots, but I will definitely be placing an order this week (and next week’s episode will be all about this year’s offerings!).
Josh was on call, so we generally followed a template of AM activity / afternoon laziness (ie, screen time for the kids). Saturday I managed to get everyone back outside but yesterday I just couldn’t go back out in the heat (we had spent the morning outside – outdoor bday party!). I did feel a bit guilty about that. Will try again next weekend to think up a non-torturous activity to do at ~4 pm.
Oh! And everyone is going to school today (Annabel was also PCR negative). We will see how long that lasts . . .
Thinking of those in Louisiana impacted by Hurricane Ida. List of potential places to donate is here.