A new planner and filling each hour of the day with a predetermined activity won’t solve problems that arise from exhaustion, burnout, neurodivergency or mental health issues. Don’t plan for an unlikely future where all your problems have magically disappeared. Don’t set goals for a … Continue reading Blogtober 12th – Don’t make plans as if they could cure you
Reframing our goals as actions might be the trick that keeps us on track when we tend to procrastinate, struggle to organise, or find it difficult to create new habits. If you’re anything like me you might have made a gazillion plans to reach certain … Continue reading Blogtober 11th – Outcomes are just ideas, actions are results.