Do you see it in minutes adding up to hours or days turning into weeks?
Are you the type of gal that can’t be happy until your “to-do” is conquered?
Can you easily “let it go” for the sake of something spontaneous?
Friend, we’re all wired differently, so our answers to these questions will have a bazillion different outcomes. But that doesn’t change the fact that God gave us all the same amount of time — 24 hours, 7 days a week, 365 days a year, as of the last time I checked — and we get to decide how to use every single second. While the Lord ordains the timing of our birth, and knows every moment that we’ll live and move and have our being on this earth, He gave us the responsibility of stewarding what we do with our time.
The Restart Planner is designed to help you embrace the principles of life transformation and intentional stewardship laid out in Meet the New You, so that you can be intentional about how you’re using your time for the glory of God.
Restart is way more than your calendar and task organizer.
It’s the starting point for your conversation with God . . . a place to craft an agenda for meeting with Him to discuss how to use what He’s given you each and every day.
It’s designed to be printed and bound in a binder, placed on a clipboard, or hung on a bulletin board. You might wonder: Why?
Because sometimes you need a restart process that comes with printing a fresh page and starting over each day.
For example, have you ever noticed how a bound calendar feels worn out mid-way through the year? Maybe the coils are kinked or corners tattered. Feels a lot like life, don’t you think? Well, now you can just print a fresh page and get that “beginning of the year” energy you need to start over again. I call this the “grace to restart” and I think we all need it way more often than we give ourselves permission to use.
What’s Inside the Planner
The planner coincides with the content you’ll find in Meet the New You and the Infuse Course. That’s because the Restart Planner is designed to help you carry out those fresh attitudes and focused habits throughout the year. This is what you’ll find inside:
Starting Point Guide
step-by-step guide for developing a devotional time with God and growing deep with Him through time in the Word
Prayers & Stones
a space for recording your important conversations with God and any answers to prayer as well as important dates or sequences of events that you may want to remember in the future.
Life Mapping Worksheet
designed to help you take stock of the various people and responsibilities in your life
Time Evaluation Worksheet
created for you do a regular evaluation on how you’re spending your time
Mission & Vision
a space for recording your personal mission statement along with your vision for this season of your life
a place for recording short-term and long-term goals
Fresh Attitudes & Focused Habits Month-by-Month Themes
created to help you think intentionally about the attitudes and habits you want to embrace each month and coordinate with the principles found in Meet the New You.
Blank Monthly Calendar
a month-at-a-glance calendar page without dates so that you can begin using this planner at any time
Blank Week-at-a-Glance Calendar
a week-at-glance undated calendar enabling you to set daily priority tasks
Blank Daily Calendar with Task List
a daily calendar with room for appointments, a large task space, plus priority reminders . . . plus an additional printable half-sheet that fits perfectly on a small clipboard
Blank Priority Task List
a place to keep track of your tasks and assign priority numbers as well as due dates
Yes, you can either print the whole bundle of goodies or pick and choose the pages that fit your needs and meet your lifestyle.
You can also grab a coordinating binder from Zazzle here.
The Restart Planner can be a tool that enables you to draw you closer to the Lord and live purposefully for Him every day—transformed by Jesus Christ and made new by His grace with that restart hope built into everything you do.