018 Polyamory in Planning: Why Non-Monogamy Might Be The Future of Planning

Links Mentioned:

Mother Love Yourself Tickets
Half Day Planning Intensive
Three Month Goal Planner
Leuchtturm1917 Bullet Journal
Spaces Planner
Happy Planner

Show Notes:

Today I want to dig into the concept of Polyamory when it comes to planning.

If you’re not familiar, polyamory is a form of consensual ethical non-monogamy, meaning anyone you enter into a relationship with gives their enthusiastic consent for each person to pursue other relationships that satisfy them be that sexually, emotionally, mentally, or a mixture of those things.

Now I’m not saying you should enter into an intimate relationship with your planner here, but I DO want to explore what creating a planning system that uses multiple types of planners to meet your different needs could look like.

Part of planning like a rebel means doing what you need to do to live your life, for you, on your terms.

What that looks like is going to be different for everyone.


- Different needs people have when it comes to planners

- How monogamy in planning can meet those needs

- Exploring a more polyamorous approach to planning

- Which way I like to plan and how to make the decision for yourself