Are you living your best life? Do you even know WTF that means?

Real talk. You already know your life is a dumpster fire. And, you're probably tired of people telling you how much you need to grow up and/or get your shit together. But there are so many moving pieces to having a passably acceptable life, much less your best life, that you don't know where to start or what it even looks like any more.

Now, this is the part of the sales page where I'm supposed to push hard on your pain points, and tell you everything that's wrong with your life. But again, you already know, so let's not insult anyone's intelligence here. Let's try something different.

Answer the following questions. Be honest--the only person judging you here is you. 

  • Do you have a calendar that you use regularly?
  • Do you have a planner you use regularly?
  • Do you have a system for capturing your to-dos, and then dealing with them?
  • Do you have a menu plan, and easy to prepare food available?
  • Do most of your things have a home? Can you reliably find what you need?
  • Do you know when you last changed the oil in your car? How 'bout the furnace filter?
  • Do you actively work on your relationships? And your parenting skills?
  • Do you actively pursue and engage in your hobbies?
  • Do you know what your long term goals are? Are you making progress on them?
  • Do you know what you value? What's important to you, and what you're willing to let go of? Do you actively say no to things in order to make space for the things that truly matter?

If you answered yes to all these questions, then let's be best friends, please? 

If your answers were not yes, then maybe we need to talk.

Your life needs systems that are specifically designed for you.

You can't shoehorn your life into someone else's solutions. You don't need another fucking planning system. The latest productivity guide isn't going to solve your problems.

Stop trying to fix what isn't broken.

What if you started with what you already had?

What if you worked with your existing systems, instead of trying to start from scratch?

The magic of systems is that they can be literally anything you need them to be.

Once you stop reinventing the wheel every time you realize something's not working, you'll finally be able to make some progress.

What do you do when your entire world is falling apart around you?

In my life, every time I've suffered a major trauma, I've retreated to my systems. I have always secretly believed that if I could create order out of the chaos in my life, that I'd be more in control of it. 

The lie detector proves that's a lie.

Systems can't prevent bad shit from happening. If anything, the illusion of control is dangerous. 

But when bad things happen to you, you have systems to fall back on.

When depression, anxiety or chronic illness get the better of you, your systems will be there to remind you to take care of yourself.

Briar is the Queen of knowing what to share at exactly the right time.

I wouldn't have a website without you, Briar.

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