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Order your Project by January 1st, and you'll receive access to two weekly Zoom calls where you can ask questions, seek support and be motivated by the momentum.

If you're the sort of person who needs external motivation to stay committed to something, this Program is for you. 
 

Start 2024 with this exciting, empowering initiative, where you'll come together with likeminded mums and support each other as you dive deep into your Projects. 


The structure offers a gentle, guided approach to making huge progress in your individual Love Mum Projects. Ride the momentum, and feel uplifted as you devote your screen time to something so meaningful.  

Each week is dedicated to a specific aspect of the Project, and offers you the opportunity to ask the founder questions, and make suggestions to improve future editions. 

January 1 - 7

Week One:

Introduction and Intention Setting

Overview of the Project

Selecting your Keepsaker

Setting personal goals

Finding joyful moments every day

January 8 - 14

Week Two:

Birthday Cards for Younger Years

Focus on Cards for ages 1 - 5

(If participants only have older children, add Memories from those years)

Upload photos of your early childhood

Get clear on your expectations + intentions for these years

Questions + Troubleshooting

January 15 - 21

Week Three:

Birthday Cards for Middle Childhood

Focus on Cards for ages 6 - 10

(If participants only have older children, add Memories from those years)

Upload photos of your middle childhood

Incorporating stories from your own childhood

Get clear on your expectations + intentions for these years

January 22 - 28

Week Four:

Birthday Cards for Early Adolescence

Focus on Cards for ages 11 - 15

How to address adolescent themes

Upload photos from your early adolescence

Get clear on your expectations + intentions for these years

Jan 29 - Feb 4

Week Five:

Birthday Cards for Late Adolescence

Focus on Cards for ages 16 - 21

Balancing guidance with respect for their growing independence

February 5 - 11

Week Six:

Milestones in Childhood + Adolescence

Focus on Letters that would be delivered prior to age 18

Work out likely date/range

Select your Priorities to finish first

Decide which should be duplicated for separate children

February 12 - 18

Week Seven:

Milestones in Adulthood

Focus on Letters that would be delivered after they are 18

Select your Priorities

Decide whether you want to purchase cards

Decide which should be duplicated for separate children

February 19 - 25

Week Eight:

Reflections from your Life

How to reflect on your life experiences

Sharing personal stories & lessons learned

Decide on your Priorities

Feb 26 - March 3

Week Nine:

Timeless Advice

Crafting advice your children can turn to

Whether to personalise for each child - using advanced Synced blocks

Incorporating your values & beliefs

Letting go of judgements 

March

4 - 10

Week Ten:

Connecting + Mentioning Entries

Creating connections between different mediums

How you might 'share' your Project when your child reaches a certain age 

March

11 - 17

Week Eleven:

Ancestry + Refinement

Whether you want to store genealogical info

Reviewing what's been completed so far

Next Priorities

Questions & Troubleshooting

March

18 - 24

Week Twelve:

Completion + Consistency

Creating a personal ritual for continuing the Project

Tough conversations & recording your wishes

Further considerations 

Celebration of progress

Sharing of experiences

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