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Shifting Into Spring With a Life Audit

The sun is shining and the days are getting longer. We can practically feel spring creeping in, and you know what that means – it’s time for our annual life audit! Check out last year’s blog article, Turning the Page: A Quick Life Audit for a quick refresher. 

While last year’s life audit focused primarily on the four Fs (Faith, Family & Friends, Finance, and Fitness) there are many ways to use this tool. Consider it a personal inventory of sorts – what’s working? What isn’t? What can you do to fine-tune certain areas of your life? This year, we’re applying it to three things: our mental health, physical space, and goals. 

The Mental Life Audit

It’s time to declutter your mind! This could look like checking items off your to-do list that have been weighing on you, or creating time in your schedule to meditate for 15 minutes every day. Think about your life and the mental blocks that consistently come up. Take the time to learn about yourself and what you need, and use this to break patterns. 

The Physical Life Audit 

That load of laundry sitting in the corner? DO IT. That stack of mail you keep avoiding. SORT IT. That broken table in your dining room that you keep saying you’ll replace? FIX IT. 

We planners spend a lot of time in our heads, constantly readjusting our schedules and goals. Sometimes we need a reminder: our physical space is just as important as our mental well-being. Having a clean and organized environment reduces anxiety and allows for creativity. 

The Planner Life Audit 

Are your short-term actions aligned with your long-term goals? Use this transitional season to analyze the pages of your planner. What do you need to shift around to ensure you accomplish your 2024 goals by the end of the year? This might require some serious canceling, cutting, and rearranging – we are already 4 months into the year! 

The question we’re asking with the life audit is this: what have you accomplished so far this year? Are you where you thought you would be? If not, how can you arrange your time/space/resources so that you can look back on this quarter and be proud of where you are at? 

Taking an honest look at different sections of your life can be challenging. Lean on your society members if you need a little advice! We’re here to help you create and execute a game plan.


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