Life by Design - Workbook
Life by Design
Create your dream life
A digital download containing the actual prompts that led me down the path from 9-5 cubicle worker to New York Times bestselling author living in Manhattan.
✨On Clearance ✨
Due to popular demand, I’ve resurrected my Life by Design workbook for the holiday season, and it’s better than ever! I’ve completely overhauled the entire workbook. It’s nearly twice as long as last year, complete with more prompts, more Lauren Layne commentary, and more holidazzle!
“Wait, so why would I want this?”
This is meant for:
Anyone who wants to do some to do some sort of end-of-year reflection, but doesn’t know where to start
Those of you who find that jotting down a couple of New Year’s Resolutions just doesn’t work, and are craving a more thoughtful process
Anyone who’s got a nagging sense that they’re merely existing rather than living—or for anyone anyone who has the nagging suspicion that their life can be more.
“What will I actually get?”
A digital download for a 72-page PDF stuffed with prompts for reflecting on 2018, dreaming and goal-setting for 2019, guidance for developing your 2019 theme, as well as a few 1-page printable templates for breaking your goals into actionable tasks.
There’s also quite a bit of insight into my back story, how I use this workbook, how I felt about 2018, as well as an extra-long section discussing why annual themes have been the single-biggest game changer for my success and happiness.
“So it’s not a physical product?”
Nope, this is a digital download only.
There are three ways to use the 2019 Life by Design Workbook:
Print it. Though, you should know it’s long. 72 pages *
Fill it out with a tablet & stylus, for example an iPad w/ the Apple Pencil **
View the document electronically, but answer the prompts in a journal/notebook/electronic document of your choice (recommended for the thrifty)
Unlike last year, you will NOT be able to fill out the answers in the PDF itself.
* If you want to print it, but are wary of the page length, I’d recommend printing pages 11-48. You’ll get all of the goal-setting worksheets, and can reference everything else electronically.
** Requires a stylus-compatible app, such as Procreate or GoodNotes. I do not offer support on stylus/tablet functionality. If you want to go this route, you should already be “in the know” about how to use the Apple Pencil with a PDF document! 😬