It's self-described as "part agenda, part gratitude journal, part schedule, part goal planner, and part life organizer" so daily tasks, such as finishing a report, doesn't feel so much like a mundane obligation, but more of a step toward your bigger goals (like a promotion!).
Promising review: "I have ADHD and it’s not just about having trouble staying organized — I have trouble getting momentum when tasks seem mundane or when I can’t see how they fit into the bigger picture. A lot of my daily work can feel pretty mundane, and that leads to a lot of procrastination and wasted time. But I sometimes have SO many AWESOME ideas (!!!) that my plans aren’t realistic, or I forget what I was trying to work on yesterday, and then I get discouraged. This planner is SO helpful because its month/week/day format makes me focus on the big picture, yet it allows me to break up large projects into more manageable pieces. The reflective portions also help me reframe my thinking when I don’t get through all of my tasks, so I don’t just get frustrated with myself and give up if I have a bad day or two." —krisalicious
Get it from Amazon for $24.97+ (available in four colors).
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