Planning for 2019 Already
I've been bit by the planning bug... hard. I'd already purchased my 2019 wall calendar (The Old Farmer's Almanac Moon Calendar) when I realized I also needed a 2019 planner.
I went a-hunting on Amazon, perusing the assortment. The thing is, I wanted something a little magical; something more than "just a planner." That's when the Coloring Book of Shadows: Planner for a Magical 2019 came to my attention.
Conceived by Amy Cesari, it's a planner *and* it's a coloring book. It's a planner *and* it's a book of shadows complete with astrological details, moon cycles and meanings, suggestions for rituals and spells... It's wonderfully magical and creative.
- It has two-page spreads for each whole month.
- It has one-page spreads for each week.
- There are plenty of lines for appointments and notes.
- There are pages that contain only lines and line drawings (for coloring, of course).
- The wheel of the year is celebrated...
It's a dream.
The one thing I might change is to make it a spiral-bound rather than a conventional-bound format. It's the only thing that I feel could be improved upon, at this point.
If this planner appeals to you, you can link to it on Amazon right now.
Speaking of planning...
Earlier this week, I was guided to create an offering specific to planning out of 2018 and planning in to 2019. It's a seasonal intuitive session I was guided to name Out With the Old, In With the New. It's available until January 3.
Are you an eager - and early - planner, too? What systems are you using to plan your 2019?