If you are a regular reader, you know I have set myself a daily planning challenge for the month of September to see if daily planning is something I could do full-time.
I MADE IT! I COMPLETED MY SEPTEMBER CHALLENGE. In this post, I will be analysing my efforts, what I learned and what I would do differently if I had my time over again. There also will be a special announcement at the end.
I think I did extremely well, considering my disability. I have trouble sticking to stuff for an extended period of time so the odds weren’t stacked in my favour. I did do it daily for a week or two, then things came up unexpectedly and I had to step back because life got a bit tough and my anxiety levels needed urgent attention,, so I had to take it easy. However, I was adamant I had to complete my daily planning challenge, to prove to myself that I can do daily planning full-time, whatever life throws at me.
What I would change if I had my time over again?
I wouldn’t change much, but I would definitely change the layout. I would do it in portrait so I could not only plan my day but document anything special that happened that day eg: I achieved something or did something really fun because sometimes I need to look back to remember how ridiculously amazing my life is and how lucky I am.
THE SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT!
I have noticed that people who make planners, journals and digital supplies, are charging ridiculous amounts of money for stuff that isn’t physical. I totally understand why, because they’re time-consuming and gorgeous, but I can’t really afford or justify to spend the money because I’m not rich and I know note-taking apps cost around $14. I wanted to make digital planning and journaling accessible to everybody regardless of their financial position and I wanted to share all the resources I make with others in my position. Enter the Lifestyle With Kaity Google Drive, jam-packed with digital planning and journaling resources that are free to use. The only repayment I want is a photo of YOUR interpretations of my templates so I can share them on social media. Click here to go to my dedicated Digital Planning and Journaling page!