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WOLF MOON PLANNER


THIS LIFE IS A GIFT.

MAKE GOOD USE OF YOUR TIME HERE.

YOU HAVE A PURPOSE. NEVER FORGET. ONCE YOU FIND OUT WHAT IT IS, MAKE IT YOUR MISSION.

GIVE RESPECT TO ALL.

TREAT OTHERS WITH COURTESY, EVEN WHEN YOU DISAGREE WITH THEM.

BE TRUTHFUL UNDER ALL CONDITIONS.

WE ARE A PACK. THE HURT OF ONE IS THE HURT OF ALL. THE HONOR OF ONE IS THE HONOR OF ALL. COOPERATION > COMPETITION.

WALK CONSCIOUSLY. NO ACTION IS WITHOUT CONSEQUENCE. YOUR ACTION OR INACTION AFFECTS ALL OF US, OUR PLANET, AND FUTURE GENERATIONS. SET GOALS AND MAKE DECISIONS WITH THIS IN MIND

BE OF SERVICE.

HELP WHEN AND WHERE YOU CAN.

WHEN YOU HELP OTHERS, YOU HELP YOURSELF

OBSERVE MODERATION IN ALL.

LISTEN

TO YOUR HEART, TO YOUR SOUL, TO LOGIC,

TO YOUR EMOTIONS, TO YOUR BODY,

TO THE ONE THAT STANDS WITHIN, TO INTUITION, TO YOUR GUT, TO YOUR HOPES AND DREAMS, TO WISE ELDERS. MEDITATE. BE STILL. PRAY. DO WHATEVER WORKS FOR YOU. AND LISTEN.

KNOW THAT WHICH SERVES YOU

AND THAT WHICH DOES NOT.

STAY PRESENT.

M AKE THIS A PR ACTICE.

LEARN FROM THE PAST, DREAM FOR THE FUTURE, BE PREPARED FOR THE WORST, PLAN FOR THE BEST. WE GOT THIS. WOLF MOON PLANNER

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W E LC O M E T O T H E PAC K

You’re in. We are happy you are here. We, “the pack”, are united by our desire to be the best version of ourselves. We believe that living a good life in harmony with others and Mother Nature, with worthwhile goals and purpose, will pay off in the short and long run. Remember, for millennia, humans have used the movement of the moon to keep track of the passing of time—namely calendar creation for planting, harvesting, and hunting. Ancient cultures throughout the world gave each full moon a name based on the behavior of the local weather, plants, and animals. In fact, our planner’s name, the Wolf Moon Planner, was inspired by January’s full moon name—the Wolf Moon. So, none of what you are going to practice within this planner is ‘new’. In fact, the techniques within this book are timetested, backed by science, and endorsed by many. They are proven to be helpful in assisting you to stay on track and be successful in your life’s pursuits. Our wish is that this planner aligns you with the Wolf Moon Planner’s mission: “To inspire us to live positive lives by connecting us to nature and community through goal-setting.” Remember, wherever you are, whatever your goals, successes, struggles, or challenges may be, many have come before you and many will come after you that will have very similar life experiences. This is what unites us all as the pack that is humanity. And when you go out under the night sky and look upward upon the full moon, remember...we, the pack, are looking up at that same moon with you. You are not alone. We are in this together. We got this. Maxwell Bronson Founder, Wolf Moon Planner


HOW TO USE THIS BOOK

Action: Read through this planner to get an idea of what it is and how it works. After exploring the book, go out into nature, bring your doggo, play an instrument, sit fireside, sip your favorite beverage, get comfy—do whatever gets you in a clear mindset. THEN, begin your work on the first section: “Know Thyself” Note: One key to getting the most out of this planner is to use it often—every single day. Make a habit of writing your “Top 3” priorities out, every night. Set a reminder on your phone or have an accountability buddy text you nightly until you gain that habit. Also, having an accountability buddy to share your goals with and who will check in with you daily, weekly, monthly, is very important. Choose someone who really cares about you and who is maybe also using the planner. Lastly, if you ever “fall off the wagon” and stop using the planner, dont fret! Just pick up where you left off, no stress. Be compassionate with yourself, this happens to all of us. Really, it does. Perfection is not the goal, small improvements over time—that is the goal.

Head to www.wolfmoonplanner.com to get the dates of the full moons and put them in your calendar. Also, join our email newsletter while you’re at it for discounts and updates Join ‘the pack’ on Instagram @wolfmoonplanner_ and Facebook facebook.com/wolfmoonplanner. Every full moon, celebrate your progress with ‘the pack’! Look up at the night sky, recognize how far you’ve come! We’ll be posting on social media. Comment, share successes, inspire and be inspired!

Name: Date: cover photo: Thomas Bonometti


“To know thyself is the beginning of wisdom.” —Socrates

KNOW THYSELF + GOAL SETTING

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KNOW THYSELF: HAPPY TIMES Action: Think about some situations in the past when you’ve felt very happy. These can be memories that you had as a child, an adult, at work, at home, etc. Write down the factors why you were happy. (See example on next page) Note: It is very important to think of events where you truly felt happy and not events where one is typically happy or expected to be happy. H A P P Y S I T U AT I O N # 1

C O N T R I B U T I N G FAC T O R S 1 2 3 4

H A P P Y S I T U AT I O N # 2

C O N T R I B U T I N G FAC T O R S 1 2 3 4


Example: Sunday, when I took a boat out on the lake with friends and family. 1. I’m happy around close friends/family. 2. I like being outdoors. 3. I love boats. 4. I got a lot of fresh air, sunshine, and ate good food. Example: The lady at the restuarant gave me free guacamole. 1. I love eating out and good food. 2. I like connecting with people. 3. Being kind caused her to be kind back. 4. I love guac. H A P P Y S I T U AT I O N # 3

C O N T R I B U T I N G FAC T O R S 1 2 3 4

H A P P Y S I T U AT I O N # 4

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KNOW THYSELF: PROUD TIMES Action: Think about some situations in the past when you’ve felt particularly proud of yourself. Write down a few things that factored into feeling that way. Note: Being proud is taking pleasure in your efforts or accomplishments. This is very different than arrogance, which is feeling superior to others.

P R O U D S I T U AT I O N # 1

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P R O U D S I T U AT I O N # 2

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Example: That time I whittled a spoon with a knife. 1. I didn’t think I was capable of doing that 2. It wasn’t easy but I did it anyway 3. It took hard work and practice. 4. It was actually a nice looking and functional spoon. Example: That time I got my job promotion 1. I worked hard for it and it wasn’t easy 2. I really wanted that job 3. It was a step in the right direction 4. It showed that I’m capable of being in a leadership position. P R O U D S I T U AT I O N # 3

C O N T R I B U T I N G FAC T O R S 1 2 3 4

P R O U D S I T U AT I O N # 4

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K N O W T H Y S E L F : C O R E VA L U E S "Our deepest desires usually lie beyond our temporary wishes and wants. They are likely to involve living with profound human values that lead to our greatest happiness. Calling us back to our place within the fabric of life." —The Dalai Lama, Book of Joy

Identify your core values aka your fundamental beliefs or guiding principles. If your actions and behaviors align with your core values, you’ll likely be comfortable and happy. If what you do, the job you take, or how you behave, goes against your core values, you’ll be misaligned. Truth be told, you’ll be less likely to be content or have inner-peace. Core values are there to guide decision making and behavior. Choose them wisely, and you’ll be able to move swifty and confidently in your decision making. Leave them ambiguous, or don’t take them seriously, and later on you may have to dig yourself out of the mess you find yourself in. Not everyone’s core values are the same, but they still help you determine your surrounding culture and the people within it. Most everyone consciously or unconsciously uses core values to select friendships, relationships, jobs, investments, etc. Action: Look over this list of 50 common core values and circle the ones that speak to you on a personal level. Then go back through and place a check mark beside your five most important values. Note: Add others to this list if you like. AUTHENTICITY

CO N S ISTENCY

ACHIEVEMENT

H UM O R

O PEN N ESS

SERVI CE

CO N TRIBUTIO N IM PAC T

O PTI MI SM

SI MPLI CI TY

A DV E N T U R E

C R E ATIVITY

INFLUE NC E

P EACE

SPI R I TUA LI TY

AUTHO R I T Y

C U R I OS ITY

INNER-PEACE

P LEASU R E

STA B I LI TY

AUTO N O M Y

DETERMINATION JUSTICE

P OI SE

SU CCESS

BAL A N C E

FA I R N E SS

KIND NESS

P OPU LA R I TY

STATU S

BE AUT Y

FA I T H

KNOWLEDGE

RECOGN I TI ON

TR U TH

BO L DN E SS

FA M E

LE AD ERS H IP

RELI GI ON

TRUSTWORTHINESS

COM PASS I O N

F R I E N DS H IP

LE ARNING

REPU TATI ON

W EA LTH

C HA L L E N G E

FUN

LOVE

RESPECT

W I SDOM

C ITIZ E N S H I P

G R OWTH

LOYALTY

RESPONSIBILITY

COM MU N I T Y

HAPPINESS

MODERATION

S ECU R I TY

COM PE T E N CY

H O N ESTY

MEANINGFUL WO RK

S ELF-R ESPECT


KNOW THYSELF: NEEDS Core needs are the basic requirements for a satisfaction and self-fulfillment. For the most part, everyone’s core needs are similar in nature. After all, we are all human. We will dive deep into this topic by utilizing “Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs” which is illustrated in the pyramid below. “As a humanist, Maslow believed that people have an inborn desire to be selfactualized, that is, to be all they can be. In order to achieve these ultimate goals, however, a number of more basic needs must be met such as the need for food, safety, love, and self-esteem.” 1 Maslow’s model says that people address their needs in a specified order. Every person has the capacity and has the desire to move up the hierarchy toward a level of self-actualization. However, inability to meet lower level needs can often disrupt progress. Life can have us moving through the hierarchy in a non-linear fashion, or jumping levels at times, depending on circumstance. Action: Get an idea of where you are in the diagram by circling the needs below that you’d like to work on meeting. Don’t worry if you are on a few different levels! This is normal.

SELFACTUALIZATION:

Self-fulfillment needs

morality, creativity, self-fulfillment, personal growth, inner-peace, mastery ESTEEM NEEDS:

feeling of accomplishment, respect, being appreciated, confidence BELONGING AND LOVE NEEDS:

Psychological needs

love, acceptance, belonging, friendship, community, intimate relationships, family SAFETY NEEDS:

safety, employment, financial security, healthcare, savings, property

Basic needs

PHYSIOLOGICAL NEEDS:

clean air, healthy food, pure water, affordable shelter, quality sleep

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Lester D, Hvezda J, Sullivan S, Plourde R. Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs and Psychological Health. J Gen

Psychol. 1983;109(1):83-85. doi:10.1080/00221309.1983.9711513


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While Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs isn’t perfect, it gives a useful starting point for thinking about your unmet needs. Hopefully, at this point, you have an idea of what level or levels you’re on. Action: Take a look at the list below and circle your unmet needs. Go back through and place a checkmark next to the five needs you’ll focus on for the next 12 months. Note: Add other unmet needs to this list if you would like. Also, review circled unmet needs on the last page. ACCOM P L I SH M E N T

D IS CIP LINE

LOVE

R ESPECT

ACC E P TA N C E

D UTY

M ASTERY

R ESPON SI B I LI TY

A DV E N T U R E

FAIRNE SS

M O RALI TY

SA FETY

AUTHO R I T Y

FREED O M

O P P O RT U N I TY

SECU R I TY

BAL A N C E

FRIE NDS H IP

O RD E R

SELF-ESTEEM

BE LO N G I N G

FUN

P E AC E

SELF-LOVE

BO UNDA R I E S

H O NE STY

PARTICI PATI ON

SERVI CE

C L A RIT Y

H UM O R

P LEAS UR E

SI GN I FI CA N CE

COM PET E N C E

INFLUE NC E

P OWER

SPI R I TUA LI TY

CONN E C T I O N

JUSTICE

Q UIE T

TR U ST

C UR IOS I T Y

KNOWLE D GE

RE CO GNI TI ON

VA R I ETY

KNOW THYSELF: SUMMARY When you know what makes you personally happy and proud, what your core values and unmet needs are, it serves as a way to know which direction in life to head and what kind of goals you should set. Action: Summarize your findings from the last few pages. For the first two sections below, write down the common contributing factors (listed a few pages back) that make you truly happy or proud. W H AT M A K E S M E H A P P Y 1 2 3 4


W H AT M A K E S M E P R O U D 1 2 3 4

M Y C O R E VA L U E S 1 2 3 4 5

M Y M O S T I M P O R TA N T N E E D S 1 2 3 4 5


K N OW T H YS E L F : YO U R D R E A M S Action: Write out all your dreams, big and small. No need to think too hard about it just list everything. You’ll have time to hone this list down later. Note: Here are a few ideas—dream jobs, creative fields you’d like to explore, family dreams, travel destinations, childhood dreams, retirement dreams, financial dreams, bucket list ideas, adventure list ideas, dream home, etc.


KNOW THYSELF: 5 & 10 YEAR PLANS Action: Imagine you know exactly what you want in life and where you are headed. Use this information to look into the future and get specific with what your life will look like in 5 years. Play the game “pretend”: Where am I living? Who am I living with? Do I have kids? Do I have a partner/pet? Where am I working? Do I like my job? How does life feel? How is my health? Next, do the same thing but for 10 years. Try to have fun with this! “It isn’t normal to know what we want. It is a rare and difficult psychological achievement.” -Abraham Harold Maslow 5 YEAR PLAN

10 YEAR PLAN


GOALS Action: Now that you’ve written out your dreams, identify some of the most significant, inspiring, and longest held aspirations within the specified life areas. Which dreams would make you happiest or proudest? Note: Be sure to consider dreams that align with your core values and needs. Also, no need to fill out every single section and/or line. No need to be extremely specific here if you don’t want to! (See examples on the next page) LIFE AREA

+ BUSINESS + CAREER

+ E D U C AT I O N + SELFDEVELOPMENT

+ F A M I LY + FRIENDS + COMMUNITY

+ FINANCE + MONEY MANAGEMENT

TOP GOALS


Examples: Get into better shape, gain more financial stability, purchase land, increase my investment in friends, get into meditation, get on/off that dating app, get a new degree, get into a new hobby, repair that relationship, get outdoors more often, read more books, etc

LIFE AREA

+ FUN + R E C R E AT I O N + C R E AT I V I T Y

+ H E A LT H + FITNESS + SELF LOVE

+ RELATIONSHIPS + ROMANCE

+ S P IRITUALITY + P ERSONAL PRACTICE

TOP GOALS


FOCUS Action: Pull from all the work you’ve done in the recent pages and write up to five goals that you’ll focus on over the next 12 months. Note: Set awesome goals! Be awesome! Choose goals that excite you and you can actually see yourself achieving.

Set S. M . A . R.T. goals. SPEC I F I C Express your goal unambiguously and in few simple words. “I want to go to Asia someday” is NOT specific. M EASURA BL E You’ll need to know how close you are to your goal and when you’ve achieved it. ACH I E VA BL E Make your goal difficult, yet attainable. It should be one worth getting out of bed for. RELE VA N T This is a given if you’re pulling from YOUR dreams, not the dreams of your mother, father, society, etc. TIME - BOUN D Express your goal in the present tense with a time limit.

EXAMPLE GOALS

Tip: Set goals that benefit others, you, and the planet, at the same time, to have the best experience. •

It is October 10, 20XX. I’ve gained 20lbs of muscle and I’ve entered and placed 1st at my local martial arts competition.

It is May 4, 20XX and I’ve watched 4 seasons of Dog Whisperer and have now happily befriended a well-trained terrier mix.

It is September 24, 20XX. I’ve studied and chosen a budget that has given me financial stability. I now have a $1000 savings for emergencies, a 10% income savings for charity, and a 10% personal allowance.


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MILESTONE GOALS Action: Break down your five goals into Milestone Goals. Choose small, yet significant steps you’ll need to take in order to achieve said goals. Write out quarterly goals that will show you how far you should be at 3 month intervals.

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G OA L : It is September 24, 20XX. I’ve studied and chosen a budget that has given me more financial freedom. I now have a $1000 savings for emergencies, a 10% income savings for charity, and a 10% personal allowance, (etc.). M I L E STON E GOAL S : Schedule three hours of research • Call James - he is experienced in this • Research emergency funds • Seek local credit unions • Open two accounts • Set auto withdrawals • Confirm deposit on 1st & 15th of every month Q1 $250 Q2 $500 Q3 $750 Q4 $1000

R E ME MB E R ! Not everyone meets their goals every time. This is normal. The purpose of goal setting is to set goals that stretch us and push us to be better versions of ourselves on the journey. Do your best, but don’t get terribly attached to meeting your exact goal the way you originally wrote it out.


GOAL 1 MILESTONES

GOAL 2 MILESTONES

GOAL 3 MILESTONES

GOAL 4 MILESTONES

GOAL 5 MILESTONES


CO NGR AT U L AT I ONS ! The hardest part (for most people) is over! You have studied yourself. You have dreamt big and small. You have set goals. You have broken your goals down into milestones. Now, you must follow the path you have laid out for yourself and do the work. We believe in you, but most importantly, you must believe in yourself.


A L E T T E R TO YO U R F U T U R E S E L F

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Action: Write a letter to yourself to read one year from today. Ideas: Tell the future you what is going on in your life right now and wish them well. Send kindness, compassion, encouragement! Date:


“We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit.” —Aristotle

D A I LY C A L E N D A R + HABIT TRACKER

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H O W T O U S E T H I S B O O K ( C O N T. )

It is strongly recommended you write out your “Top 3” the night before in order to be prepared. Your Top 3 are your non-negotiable priorities for each day—what really needs to get done. Do your Top 3 every day, even on your days off. By writing these down, you’re making an agreement with yourself that you’ll check them off. Be disciplined but have compassion with yourself if/when you ‘fall off the wagon’, as we all do. If you forget a day, just fill in the three things you did (or leave it blank) for the day and then move forward! Note: Top 3 such as Rest, Do Nothing, Watch Movies, or Unplug, etc. can, and should, be included, especially during vacation or rest days.

Habit Tracker (optional): Ponder on the habits you'll need to develop in order to meet your goals, be happy and proud, and ultimately satisfied and living a good life. We recommend Mindfulness as the #1 new habit. It is recommended to start with 1-3 habits you want to take up and add more as time passes and you gain the new habits. Small improvements over time... remember? 1 new habit is a massive success! Don’t add so many to where you feel overwhelmed and you do not need to fill the whole tracker up but rather build the new you 1 habit at a time! Examples: Wake up before 7am? • Did I do my Top 3 Yesterday? • Did I get 8hr sleep? • Drink 8oz of H2O first thing? • Breathe/Meditate for 10 minutes • Take dog for 10 minute walk • Cold shower • Intermittent fast • Be home by 4pm • Practice instrument for 20 minutes TThSa • Take evening supplements • Did I skip gluten today? • No snacking after 7pm • Fill glass of H2O for tomorrow • Be in bed by 9:30pm • Read for 20 minutes • menstrual cycle • was I sick today • etc


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“A goal without a plan is just a wish.” ­—Antoine de Saint-Exupéry

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“Remember that very little is needed to make a happy life.” ­—Marcus Aurelius, Meditations

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"In any moment of decision, the best thing you can do is the right thing, the next best thing is the wrong thing, and the worst thing you can do is nothing." —Theodore Roosevelt T H U R S D AY

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3 MONTHS IN REVIEW

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Action: How did your first few months go? Write down your highs (successes, wins, etc), lows (challenges, struggles, not fun times), and areas to improve upon moving forward Date:

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“You’ll never change your life until you change something you do daily. The secret of your success is found in your daily routine.” —John C. Maxwell T H U R S D AY

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“First forget inspiration. Habit is more dependable. Habit will sustain you whether you’re inspired or not.” —Octavia Butler T H U R S D AY

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“Dude, suckin’ at something is the first step to being sorta good at something.” —Jake the Dog T H U R S D AY

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Action: How did your first 6 months go? Write down your highs (successes, wins, etc), lows (challenges, struggles, not fun times), and areas to improve upon moving forward Date:

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“If you can solve your problem, what is the need of worrying. If you cannot solve it, what is the use of worrying?” —Shantideva T H U R S D AY

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“Success is the sum of small efforts, repeated day-in and day-out.” —Robert Collier

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“Do your little bit of good where you are; it’s those little bits of good put together that overwhelm the world.” —Desmond Tutu T H U R S D AY

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HOW I’LL IMPROVE


9 MONTHS IN REVIEW

WOLF MOON PLANNER

Action: How did your first 9 months go? Write down your highs (successes, wins, etc), lows (challenges, struggles, not fun times), and areas to improve upon moving forward Date:

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“Yesterday is history, Tomorrow a mystery. Today is a gift, that’s why they call it the present.” —Master Oogway T H U R S D AY

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“Our goals can only be reached through a vehicle of a plan, in which we must fervently believe, and upon which we must vigorously act. There is no other route to success.” —Pablo Picasso T H U R S D AY

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“Happiness is not something ready made. It comes from your own actions.” —The Dalai Lama T H U R S D AY

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HOW I’LL IMPROVE


A YEAR IN REVIEW

WOLF MOON PLANNER

Action: DO THIS AFTER COMPLETING THE PLANNER. Action: How did the 12 months go? Write down your highs (successes, wins, etc), lows (challenges, struggles, not fun times), and areas to improve upon moving forward Date:

HIGHS

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MASTER LIST

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MASTER LIST

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MASTER LIST

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MASTER LIST

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PLANNER



MASTER LIST

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MASTER LIST

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PLANNER



MASTER LIST

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MASTER LIST

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IF YO U DO N'T WRIT E IT DOWN, IT DOE SN'T E XI ST.

It’s time to stop letting things fall through the cracks. Write down any and all items that need to be done as they come to you.

Examples: Make a grocery shopping list, make a hardware store list, write down that you need to remember to buy a new cooking pan, make a note to buy a birthday present for your mom. Write it all down and customize your Master List to your liking.

The Master List is your second brain. Utilize it so your first brain can relax.

photo: Emilia Niedźwiedzka


WOLF MOON PLANNER MASTER LIST