This Scorpio has created a super inspirational astrology calendar and planner using the data from the Mystic Medusa Moon Calendar + her goal stalking genius.
My Mead Planner has a monthly calendar which I use for scheduling. I “red” out when I expect my moon cycle and “black” out the dark moon so I remember to go lighter on those days. Then I have the weekly planner which I use to make sure I check off all my most important habits I am doing every day (no days off), and that becomes my “Have Done” list. If that includes a ritual, I write what it is and my intent.
Each week I put on the top right corner where the Sun and inner planets will be and any notes about that, and on the inner left corner, I am listing aspects Jupiter is making to my natal planets. On the top, I’ve listed the theme for the week to keep me focused. On each day I put the moon sign, I go to the Moon Calendar and input $$$$ days and mate-date days (heart around the date). Often I put planetary sign changes, LUNAR PORTALS if I know I’ll be up, other unique keywords, and omens.
The magic starts to happen with my excel spreadsheet that my Aries biz coach helped me set up to keep track of my business goals and all the micro-tasks involved with each role I play in life. It captures the holistic experience of being a woman, in my opinion, in a structured, linear way. Role #1 is me as an individual, and then I have a whole sheet devoted to my self-dev. Well, I invite you to check it out. I think you’ll appreciate it. And recognize a lot of your language.
I’ve been tweaking my system for over a year now and with Jupiter now in Scorpio it’s like, CLICK, everything’s working flawlessly. You inspire me so much, and I was so excited to see that you were into this!!! I hope you get a kick out of it 😀
An Astrology Calendar, Book Of Shadows And Goal Stalker All In One
This Scorpio wimmyn (yes, speaking of Seventies feminism, i am reviving “wimmyn”) was in the Comments a few weeks back, speaking of her Book Of Shadows/Planner combo. I love this, so I asked for more.
A book of shadows is where you write your dream recollections, astrology theories or key horoscope themes, intuitive flashes and notes on planets, herbs, intentions, and so on. A planner is, well, obviously how you plan things — blending them? Genius. And as our Scorpio organizer here illustrates, both digital and hand-written have their advantages.
I make copious notes on my phone which my Cloud set-up keeps emailing me at random times, It was super-annoying, but now i am going with it as an outbreak of synchronicity. And i also scrawl in Rhodia books and pads (the orange ones with the yellow pages) in a style of hand-writing so arcane that is sometimes indecipherable to even me. Lists empower me. I am assuming it’s a Mars in Virgo thing.
I want to do a product called Mars in Virgo Goal Stalker. It would be a drone that hovers alongside you, and you could dismiss tasks or clutter with the wave of a hand.
Does anyone else do their own astrology calendar like this?