You're a dreamer and a doer.
You make things happen.
You get things done.
You're a helper.
You're a leader.
You go go go.
And, that is a lot to keep up with all on your own.
Deep down you know...
"Balance" doesn't come from getting better at
managing the things on your to-do list.
It comes when all of your needs are met.
Your spiritual needs.
Your health needs.
Your family needs.
Your creative needs.
It comes from within.
It comes from the heart.
It comes from Christ.
I was overwhelmed, stressed out, stretched too thin and too busy juggling meaningless things to find joy in the everyday.
So I laid all my troubles at the cross and started reading my Bible everyday.
And that's when I discovered I had found the secret ingredient to staying JOYFUL while being a busy wife, mom and entrepreneur – I had to stop trying to do it all alone. I asked God for help and I strengthened my faith by spending time in prayer and study every single day.
I did that by designing my own daily planner where I put a prayer journaling space above my daily to-do lists that reminded me to stop and spend time in the Word each day.
Doing this took all of this weight from this world off my shoulders and gave it to God.
Take back your day from "all-the-things" and cultivate the relationship with Christ you've always wanted by making time
for Christ on your schedule, like you do everything else.
Now that's revolutionary.
Using the Hope Planner will help you to....
"Too often, I get bogged down in my own efforts to stay organized. Being able to turn to one single place to collect my thoughts on work, housework, even devotion took away so much of the pressure. I love feeling like I can have my whole life in one planner!"
"The Hope Planner has helped focus my spiritual journey through scripture on a daily basis, bringing the very meaning of the Bible's teachings directly to my everyday life, in action. It has become a wonderful tool to reflect with introspection as well as to create a positive plan for tomorrow."
"My favorite part of the Hope Planner though is the Sunday entry. It's a day to reflect on scripture, give up praise, thanksgiving and prayers and prepare for the upcoming week. This journal is the perfect bridge between daily life and your faith."
Give it a shot! That's our suggestion. We've never met a single person that didn't benefit from writing things down. Whether it's your to-do list or your prayer list, writing them down takes the stress off your brain to remember them or handle those things alone.
Great! You're already accustomed to keeping organized. You can easily switch to the Hope Planner at the beginning of any month because it's undated. Start this month! Remember, no other planner is designed to put your daily devotional time first before all the things on your to-do list. NO OTHER PLANNER reminds you daily to spend time in prayer and scripture study. Give it a try!
Whatever month you want. The Hope Planner is undated so you can start at the beginning of the next month.
The Hope Planner is $34. For this you get a 6 month, undated, wire-bound, linen wrapped hard cover with gold foil, daily planner. Inside you'll find a front pocket to store notes, gold foil monthly stickers and a keepsake bookmark to help you keep your place in your Bible study.
The Hope Planner is 9" by 9" including the gold coil. The paper inside is a sturdy 65lb weight so that ink from both sides can't been seen through it.
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Like you tackle your tasks and schedule, plan out your scripture study and prayer list for the month. This is your home base for the month reminding you what you wanted to accomplish, what you wanted to read. Use this to realign your plans each week and day.
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If you make a place on your calendar for the hustle, make time for the holy spirit to work in your day too. STOP and PRAY. No other planner gives you specific space for your daily devotion. No other planner reminds you constantly to do the the most important thing in your day for your heart and soul – pray.
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Journal your praise and prayers, take Sermon notes, then download all the things you know you need to get done this week to make a clear plan for productivity in the days ahead.