➡️ “Capacity” by Right Brain Planner®
Alter Egos & Storylines + Fostering Resiliency
This 19-page journal-planning guide represents the second in a series of a significant design change and the second chapter of a new starting point for Right Brain Planner® resources. This guide is an invitation to reframe the way you define the word [plan] and to explore your journal-planning as abstraction, of mark-making and ritual.
Focus: Naming your current and seasonal limits & capabilities as a means of personal empowerment and resiliency.
- chronicle your Life and daily living with a specific intention [noticing, noting & celebrating your capacity] + art for creating a dated record: days of the week, numerals, tracking calendar, moon phases, charm prompts to note actual weather and/or your personal “weather” and feelings and a boxed-strip to color-code
Life is not always extraordinary in all its details, but it is the sum of those ordinary events that add up to extraordinary lives. -Eric M. Scott
This guide is actually two separate booklets contained in one download:
- One booklet includes themed content + prompts to assist you with examining your personal capacity and resiliency.
- One booklet can be used to create a separate journal-planner booklet using the dated art and planning elements/content.
You have the option of incorporate the art and content from the entire guide to create a customized record for the month of September using a composition notebook, altered book or other type of bound journal or planner! 🙂
- All pages [content, planning art, templates, etc.] are sized to fit the pages of a composition notebook.
- Here is a video flip through of my initial set-up using the “Capacity” Guide:
A bit about Right Brain Planner® guide, “Capacity” starting points & backstory:
- capacity-themed blog posts
- alive with the energy of the sky — “… you have to develop an inner state of mind that’s as impervious to all the good shit and the bad shit that happens to you, as the sky is to the weather.” -Caroline McHugh
- miracles & the current of life — We are what we think [focus on] and what we do. We see what we seek.