Some categories I have in the back of my mind:
- Mental Learning
- Emotional Balance
- Physical / Space Care (e.g. taking a bath, doing laundry, etc.)
- Physical Movement
- Spiritual Practice
- Occupational Activity
- Creative Expression
- Kind Action (for another)
- Automatic Writing
However I'm open to whatever comes up, and not addressing any/all categories in a given day.
Then I draw or write whatever comes up!
See Image Below for Today's To Do's (I wrote some notes in pencil since I'm sharing this with you)
I've been finding that I'm not in resistance to the activities (even chores), because I'm in full alignment to do them. And in fact, I feel energized to do them!
I find that I accomplish a lot, and it's all with ease and flow… there's a deep level of satisfaction as I check off each item, and I feel so aligned!
Whenever I'm not sure what on the sheet to tackle first, I just ask myself and usually one will 'light' up for me.
I also keep myself open to do things not on the list, as well as practice being gentle on myself if I don't do everything on the list. However, I'm finding that doesn't happen as often (not completing all the items) compared to when I would take a more left-brained approach by making a list of everything I 'should' do and organize my week based solely on mental acuity.
Sky's the limit on how you do this, with what materials (e.g. planner, notepad, etc.).
I would love to see what you come up with! :)
I am currently just using a pad of paper and a basic set of colored markers since what colors I'm inspired to select mean something to me.
P.S. Interestingly, today, I actually got to draw a box for just "Space" to do whatever... which feels really good to me just knowing I have that. Seeing that visually, inspired feelings of gratefulness and abundance which was just what I needed in the moment. Don't you just love how that works. <3