When life is about enhancing family, community, work and you. ⇒
A DIARY FOR ALL THE CHAPTERS OF YOUR LIFE
- The large 24 hour day page is divided for you, work, family or community
- Planning pages
- Workplace PD record – duty of care tips
- Australia and New Zealand school terms/
- Holidays Australia NZ UK Ireland Canada USA
- Monthly expenditure
- Moon cycles on annual planners
Provides reflection and discernment for becoming Better in health or positivity:
- Share with doctor page
- Permanent record of sickness and childcare
- Planning for the fun times
- Small chunk goal setting grid
- Family history archive
BE CREATIVE, ADAPT FOR FLOWER PLANTING, PROJECT OR CRAFT TRACKING
WHO USES THE 24 HR. HOME AND WORK DIARY PLANNER?:
This diary is for every chapter of your life.
- Parents and family combined
- If you yourself are in recovery or living with a disability
(and NDIS and Workers Compensation recipients can ask their support co-ordinators or care manager if the diary can be provided as a recovery resource).
- Night Roster workers
- Self employed people juggling family and work
Stop trying to remember, write it down.
Items can be signed off by others, or shared between visiting carers
Watch life satisfaction improve when you balance your activities on your day page columns and make monthly plans.
Archive monthly and year highlights for family history record or biography
FEATURES TO ENHANCE LIFE QUALITY FOR WHEN YOU ARE EXPERIENCING:
Do you lie awake trying to hold all the thoughts about future needs in your head, are you temporarily scatterbrained?
Write it down and tick it off when done either on the day page or the monthly or annual goal page – you cannot lose your ideas in this diary – its all on one page.
Difficulty Making decisions or Planning
- Includes action and possibility boxes template to chunk the range of ideas both positive and negative.
- Prepare the small chunks and tick off as done
- The plastic folder at back holds your current action planning
- Retail sales preparation page – know what you want in advance
- Set up a countdown to special events or physical fitness or training goals
Reduce Overload and Stress
- Workplace duty of care tips
- Relaxation exercises
- Cleaning list to share with others and at diary user’s request
- flexible pages for holiday roster to change to garden planting record
- international holidays
- cooking measurements
- A professional development record page adaptable for use for hobbies and projects.
GETTING YOUR DIARY
The 2022 Diary is now available. (RRP $39.95)
For the many of you who appreciate the different features of this diary and are longtime users, please secure your diary immediately as there will not be a second shipment.
The cost increase has been due solely to the huge increase in shipping in 2021. Consider ordering your 2023 diary from your usual retailer by the end of January 2022.
(Colour variations on line are illusionary. Due to available light, the diary does appear to change colour across the day, varying from teal to cyan turquoise blue)
CURRENT RETAILERS (more to be added after COVID lockdown ends)
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|The 24 Hour Home and Work Diary Planner 2022
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FEEDBACK OR QUESTIONS?
We thank Sweetcuts Distribution and Skout for their generous help in the 2020/21 COVID19 times.
THE HOME AND WORK WALL CALENDAR IS BEING IMPROVED AND WILL BE BACK SOON.
The 24 hour home and work diary planner with its “backpack of helpers” has been on its journey now since 2000. With the great I.P. lawyers who I now have a very good relationship with, and nondisclosure contracts and contracts and extensions the diary travelled with Collins Debden from 2006 to 2019. (Some websites show the name of the diary as the Collins 24 hour home and work diary, but they were contracted to make the diary for a set time)
Then the diary moved to Croxley/Milford,and the staff were fantastic. Unfortunately large changes in their organisation meant that the diary could not continue under the Milford name. However, the same team who prepared the 2020 diary with a beautiful turquoise cover and easy to follow pages prepared the 2021 diary.
My personal note at the front of each diary since 2008 has shown how the diary pages came about from experiencing myself the juggle between work and home and extended family needs, and seeing the same for those around me. I have now been in practice for 40 years hearing the daily life experiences of thousands of people, as well as travelling to remote areas for the large scientific community (CSIRO). There I heard some scientists say their focus on research meant ignoring family with sometimes sad consequences. Other people put their focus on work so much they forgot about their own joy and bodycare. From my client stories, I realized that there was a gap in the diary field to be covered for people like tradesmen, who had their work, their home renovation and sometimes share care of children. It seemed that a permanent record that was signable at times was needed.
I saw that when people wanted to stay in their home with multiple carers there was a need for immediately readable time management and notes book in the kitchen or front hall. People in recovery needed methods to chunk their planning as they recovered. Then there were the mums with young babies or unwell children who needed an all night record. From family and work connections I saw the life of cattle property owners, and war veterans. Then the retired people needed new project pages. By using and removing highlights and goals pages, you have your basis for the family history file or the Christmas note.
You might identify with one of these life stories.
This is probably the reason the diary works. My motivation was desire to help people have better life quality while my experience said flexibility was needed to suit different people’s needs.
Your feedback has been invaluable. We continue to encourage your suggestions with a survey at the back. In future our donations will go to the World Wildlife Fund and Assistance Dogs Australia.
Wishing you a good journey, with your diary in your resource backpack
Dr. Dawn Rayner-Brosnan, PhD.