Staying On Track With My Long-Term & Short-Term Goals | Mal Paper


Danielle Levy, Mal Paper, Daily Goal Setter Planner, stationery, lifestyle blogger, Wirral blogger, Liverpool blogger,

We're finally coming towards the end of the year and with the closing of the year I start looking for a new planner that allows me to keep track of everything in my life so I don't have to have several different books on the go for all the different parts of my life. You could say that I'm pretty picky when it comes to the planners that I use so you know if I'm saying that I love one, it's got to be pretty great. Now I am usually a person that loves a January to December 12 months planner but everything that has happened this year has made me fall in love with undated planners because I can dip in and out of planner as I need to, I've recently started using the Mal Paper Daily Goal Setter planner and I'm completely in love with it.

Danielle Levy, Mal Paper, Daily Goal Setter Planner, stationery, lifestyle blogger, Wirral blogger, Liverpool blogger,
Danielle Levy, Mal Paper, Daily Goal Setter Planner, stationery, lifestyle blogger, Wirral blogger, Liverpool blogger,

'The word Mal means goal in Swedish'
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Mal Paper takes inspiration from the Scandinavian clean and clutter-free way of living and as such create products that are stylish, simplistic and effective at helping us be more productive by helping us to focus our minds on the most important tasks in our day to day life. Their mission is to focus on creating products that give the user clarity on what they want to achieve with a clear path on how to get there, all whilst promoting a positive mindset to carry over to their daily activities.

Danielle Levy, Mal Paper, Daily Goal Setter Planner, stationery, lifestyle blogger, Wirral blogger, Liverpool blogger,
Danielle Levy, Mal Paper, Daily Goal Setter Planner, stationery, lifestyle blogger, Wirral blogger, Liverpool blogger,

I've been using the Daily Goal Setter planner over the last week in place of my usual planner and I've really been loving it. I am a very goal orientated person so you know that my days, weeks and months are filled with running to-do lists for not only my day-to-day life but also my long-term goals.

The Daily Goal Setter planner is a gratitude journal and productivity planner all rolled into one that is designed to help you make your goals clearer and help you become more productive, getting this clarity helps you to structure your days, weeks and months. Not only does the planner comes in three different colours but Mal Paper ship worldwide and they're that confident that you'll love their planner that they even have a 6 month money back policy. The first couple of pages of the planner go more in depth on how to use the different sections of the planner to be able to get the most out of it.

'You will never change your life until you change something you do daily. The secret of your success is found in your daily routine - John C. Maxwell'

Since starting my life coaching sessions this year, I've started to focus on what goals I want to achieve over the next 12 months. At the beginning of every year, I write down all my goals for the year in a notebook but I've found that because I just have them in a notebook I tend to easily forget about them and don't regularly reflect on them so I don't often complete much. Whereas I love the with the Daily Goal Setter planner it has dedicated pages for your long-term, medium-term and short-term goals with each section having space for you to write up to 14 goals so you can be as simple or complex with your goal making. At the start of every week there is a weekly review in which you list your five most important tasks for the week then your five tasks of secondary importance then 5 additional tasks should you complete the first two sections. The idea is that you accomplish your most important tasks of the week first before moving onto the ones of secondary importance. 

At the end of each day, week and month Mal Paper includes sections for you to reflect on how your day, week or month has been, what you've been able to accomplish and what went well. It also talks about the importance of writing down parts of your day, week or month that didn't go well and the lessons you've learnt from this. The idea is that being consistent with your weekly task setting and reviews will improve your productivity and clarity. One thing I loved in my Inspired Stories planner for 2020 was that throughout the planner there were inspirational quotes and Mal Paper have done a similar thing and have sprinkled inspirational quotes not only on their own pages but on every single daily planner page, they've included an inspirational quote at the bottom to motivate you.

'I would rather die of passion than of boredom - Vincent Van Gough'

In the run up to Christmas Mal Paper are currently running a competition for you to be in with the chance to win a £50 gift card to use on any of the products on their website, so you can pick yourself up your own Daily Goal Setter planner. All you have to do is go to their website, fill in your details and what your number one goal is before the end of November to be in with a chance to win. 

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Danielle Levy, Wirral blogger, Liverpool blogger,
*This blog post includes products gifted for review. All opinions are honest and my own.
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