Are you looking for a fresh cover design for your 2019 planner? Look no further than the Leanne Baker Daily Thrive cover!
With it’s simple, yet striking vibrant tropical green leaves design on a white background, Thrive is the perfect name and means to prosper and succeed. The name was suggested by Kate Rigg Fletcher on Facebook and @km_star on Instagram during our competition to name our cover designs. With monthly overviews, weekly meal planning pages and daily routines, the LBD planner will definitely help you to thrive in your day-to-day life! It follows the trend of naming our planners with simple, yet powerful words to inspire you in your planning journey.
The design for Thrive was Leanne’s idea, one in which she was most sure about for 2019, and we kept a more natural and earthy look with the silver binding.
This year readers can choose between a daily or a weekly layout for their inside pages – the daily having a day to a page for each weekday with a shared weekend page, and the weekly layout divided into morning, afternoon and evening sections to help you plan your day and avoid getting overwhelmed. The weekly also has budget pages, a zone cleaning page, a weekly list of three and self-care pages. Both layouts have the highly requested plastic sleeve at the back, ideal to keep your planner stickers safe and together with your planner.
Make sure you check out the matching Thrive products available too – personalised A4 or A5 notepads, shopping lists, meal planners, A4 or A5 notebooks (coming soon!), stickers through Posh Designs by Emily + Jade and LBD budget booklets (which replicate the budget pages already in the weekly planner, and are perfect to pair with a daily planner, or as a separate budget booklet to keep at home or work). You can also now add a front cover sticker with your name, or the year – anything you like to personalise your LBD!
Leanne's mission is to help others find balance, make memories and to live with intention, and with this fresh, gorgeous design, choosing Thrive for 2019 will no doubt help you succeed and prosper in achieving your goals!
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Our routines are ever-changing - either for better or for worse.
In this blog post, we discuss the science behind why your brain freaks out when you’re in the process of creating a new habit, and most importantly, how to trick your brain and overcome it anyway!
Why is it so important to build lasting habits?
Habits provide the foundation for our goals and, more importantly, our lives.
There are just so many reasons to start developing good habits.
You rush around stressed out all day. You feel behind the clock. Exhausted. Your brain doesn’t want to work anymore. You feel fried. Frazzled.
So how are you going to fix this? What can you do?