If you would have asked me what I'd be spending my 30s doing, it certainly wouldn't have been "making planners." But you know how the story goes:
After having my first baby, I was having a hard time adjusting. When it finally started clicking, my dad was diagnosed with ALS and it felt like my world came crashing down. You see, my dad was one of my favorite people, and we've always had a very special bond. So, this 2-5 year death sentence was earth shattering.
On top of it all, I went back to work, moved, bought a house, and moved again. All of this within 10 months. It was hard keeping my head above water.
My dad died 2 years after his diagnosis, and is the hardest thing I have been through.
The planner I had during that time did not serve me well since I wasn't goal setting, or tracking habits, or keeping count of how much water I consumed in the day. There is nothing wrong with those things, but I had zero capacity to do them.
Even having them on the page added to the overwhelm.
Is to have this planner meet you where you're at and not overwhelm you.
I hope it allows you to approach whatever circumstance you're in with your clearest mindset.
I desire that you reflect over your months in writing, and further cultivate your intentions so you can richly harvest from even the hardest seasons.