2022 Monthly Planner – January Package
I made this package to get myself organized better (I hope) in my personal life. With that in mind, let me tell you what you’ll find in here:
First you’ll find my Monthly January Page with room at the bottom for notes, important dates, celebrations, & holidays. I’ve used a dot grid because it’s not as limiting as lines and I prefer dot-journals.
The next two pages are the Weekly Planner Spread. I print out five to six (5 - 6) weekly spreads, (ten – twelve pages total) one for the week leading up to the month, one for each week of the month, and then one exiting the month. Once printed, I date them and ensure that they’re in sequential order. This spread uses lines so that if I have scheduled events then they are easily organized into blocks of time.
The Daily Self-Check-In Page has a bunch of tools to help with daily living especially folks who live with chronic medical conditions. I live with chronic pain which is why I’ve included a few tools. One of these are the pain monitoring tool including front and back images of the body for pain location tracking and includes images of the head for migraine and headache sufferers. It’s in black ink for ease of photocopying for your team and records.
If it doesn’t work for you, The American Cancer Society has a great Daily Pain Diary that I really liked when I first started by pain journey. I received an early version from a therapist. It’s absolutely worth it to download, print, and read the details specifically about pain scales. Over time the pain and routines of your life will show you the patterns you cannot otherwise see without documentation. Keep a journal, it’ll help you more than you know. Least work? Print the second page of their Pain Diary package which is a log-book asking the important questions that medical professionals will want to know. Be careful, in the Sources page you’ll find a link to a lawyer’s explanation of how to document pain and how to protect yourself if you are still in a legal battle. Please note that they are an American Lawyer but much of their protective advice hold true here in Canada as well.
I have also included a Daily Wellness Wheel. This is a tool that helps me find balance in my life. A how-to on the practice of The Wellness Wheel on the website of University of New Hampshire’s is a great place to start and explore the tool. This link loads their introductory page and offers links and sections to each portion of the wellness wheel and how to monitor your life for inconsistencies. I hope to release my Wellness Wheel single page printable in the future so #staytuned for that!
The To-Do List Page is next and you can print out as many as you need. I print out a few: one for domestic, one for my relationships, one for my work, basically one for every spoke of the Wellness Wheel because those lists seem to help build the sections that require more balance and focus.
The Weekly Family Meal Planner is for deciding as a family what we’ll be eating each week. I will also print out five of these.
Finally, I’ve included a Bullet Page that allows for sketching or notes and is formatted as a bullet page with a cyan dot-grid. If you don’t want to use all your printer’s coloured ink, this package has also been formatted with contrast in mind and can be printed as a grey-scale.
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