Thursday, October 28, 2021

#HolidayGiftGuide - Habit Nest Planners, the Perfect Gift for Pretty Much Anyone!

 *DISCLOSURE* Thank you to Habit Nest for providing product samples in order to facilitate this post.  All thoughts are strictly my own. 

I am a natural born listmaker.  I find I get waaay more accomplished each day if I have a written plan to go by.  I recently found a really cool daily planner that makes it super simple to organize all of my to-dos and keeps me motivated to stay on track towards meeting my goals.  Let me introduce, The Daily Planner from Habit Nest!

The Habit Nest Daily Planner is a unique, undated, 6 month-long daily planner that offers a fresh design and layout not only for scheduling your day, but also for starting your day with intention, making the most of each day, and ending each day with positivity and reflection.

The journal has 3 primary sections:

1. Optional morning self-care
Every morning, you'll get 2 optional morning self-care ideas.  Each recommended action takes just a few minutes to complete.  The goal of this section is to help you start the day on the right note physically, mentally, and emotionally with super small, quick actions to help ensure you don't forget about yourself amid the hustle and bustle of daily life.

2. Daily Planning
This section is separated further into three subcategories:
❗ Must-Do's: The first section of daily planning is for your 'Must-Do' tasks. These are your top priority tasks that absolutely NEED your time and attention that day.
⌛ 5-Minute Tasks: This space is meant to help remember the quick daily tasks we needlessly forget about or push off for days or weeks. It's meant to help us not only remember the small tasks we need to get done, but to help stop procrastinating on them.
📖 Daily Planning: This section is the meat of the page - the complete space you need to plan your day. The space allows you to chronologically write down your tasks or events, plan a time frame, and record the status of those tasks at the end of the day.

3. Evening reflection 
Each evening, you'll get a thought-provoking question to help you tune in and reflect on your day in positive, constructive ways.  The thinking questions come with images of fingerprints on each side of the page to place your thumbs on. The goal of this is to help you truly reflect on the question without any distractions.  Reflecting on your days consistently without any distractions will provide you time and space to connect with yourself on a more intimate level every night, which will enhance your ability to plan your day and actually execute on your daily plan.

Every task you write in your daily planner will have a 'status' circle next to it. It isn't enough to just write your tasks down. To stay on track with everything, you'll be designating whether:
✓ The task was completed
→ The task is going to be deferred to the next day (or a later date)
✗ The task is no longer necessary and thus should be deleted
The simple system will help you keep on track with the variety of different aspects of your life taking place.

The 31-Day Habit Tracker is another awesome feature of this planner.  It makes it easy to see your progress for each healthy habit to are trying to build into your daily life.  Just mark the day as you complete the task every day for 31 days and implement those changes!

Habit Nest journals are built with a beautifully crafted 100% vegan cover and the inside pages are a buttery smooth 100 GSM that perfectly support fountain pens while keeping the journal light and portable. This journal runs about 8.5" x 6.0” x 1.0” and fits easily in most bags.  It is classy enough to make a lovely gift that is sure to be appreciated by anyone, especially Type A personalities like me! 

Check out Habit Nest for gorgeously giftable journals that can help anyone achieve their fitness and habit building goals in 2022!

Disclosure: I received one or more of the products or services mentioned above for free in the hope that I would mention it on my blog. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255.

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