Many of us greet each new year with improvement on our minds.
Maybe we want to save for a down payment, run a marathon, or cut back on booze. Or we make more general (but still worthy) goals: Drink more water, get eight hours of sleep each night, or reconnect with friends.
The New Year can be a good time to take stock of what’s working in your life, according to Seattle-based productivity and mindfulness coach Sarah Steckler. “We are cyclical creatures, and the seasons tap back into our own cycles,” she explains.
Many of us also crave structure and guidance around the New Year, which is one reason Steckler recommends constructive to-do lists and calendars. These offer a physical reminder of the issues you want to address and practices you can add to improve health, productivity, and quality of life.
This helpful calendar is designed to support your health and well-being with reminders and ideas — regardless of your goals. Think of it as a mashup of a to-do list and a goal-setting session. Take what you need, leave what you don’t, and bring some seasonal organization to the year ahead.