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Self-help Journaling

Living Full Circle

Living with Balance and Intention Inspired by Medicine Wheel Teachings

by (author) Jenene Wooldridge

Acorn Press
Initial publish date
Oct 2021
Journaling, Creativity, Stress Management
  • Hardback

    Publish Date
    Oct 2021
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PLAN YOUR YEAR WITH THE LIVING FULL CIRCLE PLANNER. In this planner, author Jenene Wooldridge shares her insights and personal experience on how she incorporates teachings of the medicine wheel around balance and living with purpose to live her life and achieve success. She shares the importance of contemplation, preparation, goals and how they connect to Living Full Circle.
Discover what works for you, develop healthy habits and create goals with intention to live your best. With twelve themed months and 52 weeks of guided reflection, this planner provides a foundation for your ideal life. Track your progress and learn from its useful tips and inspiration as you grow.
• Created by you, for you!
• Delivers clarity for daily living
• Guided reflection to increase self-awareness and productivity
• Goal setting, habit tracking and intentional living

About the author

Jenene Wooldridge is the daughter of former Mi?kmaq Chief James (Jim) and Carolyn Sark. Jenene comes from a long line of leaders including hereditary and elected Chiefs. Her great grandfather, former Chief John Thomas Sark was also a hereditary Mi'kmaq Chief and from the Peju clan on Epekwitk (Prince Edward Island). Jenene has worked in senior management positions for First Nation communities and organizations over the past decade and is committed to ongoing personal and professional development. She is the owner of Segewa't Consulting and in 2020 was appointed to the Renew PEI: Premier's Council for Growth and Recovery. Jenene was recognized as one of the top 25 Powerful Women in Business 2021, Atlantic Business Magazine, and most recently obtained the Institute of Corporate Director designation through the University of Toronto's Rotman School of Management. Jenene lives with her husband and two children in her ancestral home of Epekwitk (Prince Edward Island), territory of the Mi'kmaq, and part of Mi'kma'ki.

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