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In(her) Rhythm: Women's Cycle Syncing & Daily Rituals
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They asked her,
“How do you love yourself well?”
She answered:
“Make your well-being and healing a top priority. Have the courage to create boundaries that will support your flourishing. Listen closely to your intuition, respect your need for rest and connect with people who are emotionally mature. Being intentional with your life is loving yourself well.” - Yung Pueblo | conscious living

Daily

Inform your day to day by how you’re feeling and what goals/priorities you have claimed. actions ladder up to goals that ladder up to intentions 💫 Hover over “Cycle Phase” to compare how you are feeling & tailor your day to the characteristics of the phase. Make space for what matters most to you!
Quick Tip: Make the drop-down options your own by right clicking on the column (i.e Movement) and then “Select list options”. Once you populate the Cycle Phase, hover over the chip anytime to see what is characteristic of this phase without having to toggle to .

Daily Reflection
Daily
1
Date
Cycle Phase
Habits
Movement
Emotional State
Physical Symptoms
Stress Level
Wins
Learnings
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Weekly

Quick Tip: At the end of the week, write your EOW (End of Week) reflection, then add the following week & plan ahead so you’re ready to go!

Weekly Reflection
Weekly
1
Week of
Monthly
Learn
Plan
Connect
Play
EOW Reflection
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Monthly

Quick tip: Take a moment to reflect on your goals and priorities for the upcoming Months. Continue adding to this table as ideas/events arise. Select the current month in “Weekly Goals” so you can hover over the month and see what you want/need to get done that week!

Monthly Intentions
Monthly
0
Name
Events
Deadlines
Learn
Health
Inner Work
Notes
1
May
Open
2
June
Open
3
July
Open
4
August
Open
5
September
Open
6
October
Open
7
November
Open
8
December
Open
9
January
Open
10
February
Open
11
March
Open
12
April
Open
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