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A Dream, A Goal, A Plan

"A dream written down with a date becomes a goal. 
A goal broken down into steps becomes a plan. 
A plan backed by action makes your dreams come true." 
~Greg S. Reid

I have always searched for the perfect planner. I have searched for a long time and throughout the years have found a combination of journals and planners that would be perfect if it were one book. My dream Planning Journal would help me map out my future and help me reflect on my past. It would help me plan my daily, monthly and yearly tasks. It will help me organize my financial, educational, professional and personal life. It can be a place to help me jot down thoughts and ideas. Well since I can't find one, I created one. I have been using my own creation for two weeks now and it serves its purpose. I love writing in it, it stays close and goes with me everywhere! 

With the age of technology, who would want to write in a book anymore? One might ask. Simple, Technology fails. I am a big fan of technology and I love all the cool apps that are created to help me organize my life but I need something concrete and available when my laptop or smartphone isn't available or working. A friend told me today how she was planning an event and organized everything on her smartphone and all of a sudden it disappeared from her phone. When she contacted Tech Support they couldn't save the data. She lost months of hard work. 

Whatever tools you use, make sure the end result is about you achieving your dreams and accomplishing your goals. Make it a productive year! 

2018 The Journey Begins: Bullet Journal and Planner


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