Jess’ Personal Blog October 2015
Time for my personal blog for October…. although I’m sure I wrote my September one yesterday. Time is whizzing by!
We are entering my favourite time of year. Autumn and Winter appeal to my “snuggle up with a good book and cup of hot chocolate” side. It also means we are nearing the end of the year and I start thinking about my dreams and goals for next year. It’s also the time when all the new 2016 planners come out. I’m a planner addict and for the past 4 years I’ve used (and loved) my Erin Condren Life Planner (you can use my referral link HERE for $10 off). I already pre-ordered the Leonie Dawson 2016 Planning System back in July and can’t wait for that to arrive! However this year my planner needs have changed since having Guinevere and closing one of my businesses. I needed more of a daily and to-do type system. After a lot of research I have gone for the Day Designer and I can’t wait to get stuck in!
See I told you I was a planner addict.
Do any of you use paper based planners?
October has been a great month for FBH, we have had some great strategy sessions and we are working hard behind the scenes to create awesome resources for our community. I feel that I’m properly back into the swing of things since returning from maternity. I’m excited to really push things ahead with Janine.
Goals for November
- Launch our new freebie for all of our email subscribers
- Continue writing content for our resources
- Periscope – I’ve only done one scope so far and I want to do at least 2 in November
- Read: The School of Greatness by Lewis Howes. This guy is epic! I’m a massive fan of his Podcast and he just released his book this week. I can’t wait to get started tonight. You should definitely head over to lewishowes.com for some great content.
Have a great weekend everyone!
PS: If you missed any of our October blogs you can find them all HERE.
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