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Whether you're trying to figure out what to do when you finish school or you're looking for a career change, this template helps you think about the key aspects of your life and how they could look. Consider this step one to career, kaupapa, or lifestyle goal setting.
Best use: To check in with how your current mahi aligns with your goals and values. If it aligns, mīharo! If it doesn't, what needs to change?
Top tip: Share what you come up with with trusted mates, whānau, mentors, or teachers. There's always people who are keen to support, so give them the chance to.
Figuring out how to prioritise tasks for mahi, school, study, or personal projects can be a mish. And after time and time again of mates asking for tips on keeping on top of mahi, we came up with this handy resource. Hopefully it helps you as much as it has helped us!
Best use: To keep track of all the big and little tasks on your plate.
Top tip: If you have 1-3 kaupapa on the roll, use one sheet for everything and update often.
If you have 3 or more kaupapa, have a dedicated sheet for each.
This is your essential weekly resource pack. The first page can be used for any timeframe to break down your to-do list. The second is a simple daily planner that puts page one into action. The third, a template to recap your day giving you space to reflect on what you've acheived and to express gratitude.
Best use: Use it as a template if you don't have a printer handy. Add the titles into your diary or notes app for quick access during the day.
Top tip: To do lists and journaling should be a tool not a burden. Instead of putting pressure on yourself to be constantly productive, think of them as tools to help you achieve your goals (big or small).
Like our 'Imagining Mahi Moves', this resource moves you from a wide imagination of your ideal life to choosing one goal to identifying the real-time steps you can take towards achieving both.
Best use: Be strict with your timeframes on your first go - Go hard and follow your gut reaction. The next time around, take your time and really flesh out what you want, what short-term goal you can set, and the daily steps you can take.
Top tip: Let your imagination run loose on the first page but make sure page two and three follow the SMART goals framework - Goals that are SPECIFIC, MEASUREABLE, ACHEIVABLE, REALISTIC, AND TIME-BASED.
Daily gratitude is an understated but essential tool for all ages. Use on of our two templates or copy the layout to best suit your style.
Best use: If you're not a paper or laptop person your notes app is your best friend: Copy the titles into a note and fill them out during the day. Alternatively, save this page to your gallery and practice silent or verbal gratitude when you have a quiet moment.
Top tip: Don't get cut up on frequency. Whether you journal gratitude twice a day or once a week, the most important thing is practising gratitude irl.