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Completing Your First Workbook Exercise with the Aspyn Planner & Wellness Workbook

Completing Your First Workbook Exercise with the Aspyn Planner & Wellness Workbook

One of the most unique features of the Aspyn Planner and Wellness Workbook is the workbook exercises. These exercises are focused on personal growth and will guide you along your journey. 

Some of these may be easy for you while others take time. If these feel overwhelming don't worry, we're breaking down some steps below to get you started. 

Set Aside Dedicated Time

Set aside time on a weekly basis to focus on a new exercise. Make sure it's a time when you feel refreshed, creative, and can focus for at least 30 minutes. We like Sunday mornings with a cup of coffee in front of a fire in the winter and on the patio in the summer. 

Get Comfortable

Make sure you're working on these somewhere you feel comfortable. Grab a drink, a pillow, a blanket and anything else you need to get cozy and focus. Don't forget some good music if it help you focus. Need some good focus music? Try our Aspyn Focus Playlist

Start With The Introduction

Each exercise starts with an overview on the left hand side like the one below. It walks through the purpose of the exercise with an overview of what we're covering. . 

Aspyn Market Workbook Intro

Complete the Exercise

The right hand side of the exercise will guide you through the steps and give you space to reflect and complete the actual exercise. Take your time and think through this part. It might take days to think through some of these. Sometimes we complete these several times throughout the year as we grow and change. 
Aspyn Market Workbook Exercise

Reflect

After you complete the exercise reflect on the lesson as a part of your journey. You might want to ask yourself some of the following questions: 

  • What did I learn from this?
  • How do I feel about what I learned about myself through this exercise?
  • What are next steps I can take as a part of this lesson?

Revisit

Keep these exercises handy and reflect on revisit them as needed. You might want to take pictures, carry important ones with you, or keep a separate notebook of exercises as you complete them. 

Our hope for you is that you focus on these on a regular basis and that they help you heal, grow, and move forward. 

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