We interrupt Saturday’s midlife crisis (is that what this is?) to bring you some show notes!
In all seriousness, I truly appreciate all of the thoughtful comments. I am doing some reflection, I am not making any sudden moves, and I am going to work on finding a therapist and/or life/professional coach (note: if anyone has done the latter and has recs, I will take them. Most of the physician coaching programs out there are multiple thousands of dollars and that is just . . . a lot of $. Maybe worth it, but not a decision to make casually).
But first: some notes!
Section 1: Q&A
1- Thoughts on how to build regular delegation into one’s life. This was a great question! I encouraged the listener to a) make it entirely routine and b) ask yourself questions about how you feel about the process – are there mental blocks that have been preventing you from doing this sooner?
2- Shared idea for the caller working nights – the Erin Condren vertical layout! The boxes are unlabeled so you could easily have things in any order you wanted (evening / night / morning?). Then, this listener asked about which planners go to work with me. The answer: 1-2, usually my Hobonichi Cousin + an additional daily planner (such as FFP) if I am using one.
Section 2: Mini-Review
Today’s mini-review segment features the ProAction Planner! This has elements of Planner Pad (cult fave) and Full Focus, all rolled into one fairly compact yearly package. It retails for $47 and is made in the USA.
Zoom in for great pix of the weekly layout here!
Great weekly layout that is intuitive to me
Very nice and functional paper, very little show through and no bleed-through
Packs a lot into a relatively slim package
Lots of goal setting and habit tracking content
Coil does not feel as heavy duty as some
Some areas with ‘blank’ boxes and no dot-grid
Only one cover option and fairly generic look – can be a plus or a minus depending on your preferences!
Send me your Q&As!
Probably recording for next week tonight, so please get them in if you have them! Leave a comment, email me, or try a voice memo below!