My Weekly Goals.

It’s so important to set yourself goals, whether it be big or small, long term or short term, goals are what keep us going. They give you that ending point and something to work towards, thus building you as a person.

And if you’re anything like me, you’ll be writing these goals down all the time. stacked in a dairy with be endless amounts of bucket lists and 2016 goals. And, they tend to be pretty samey, the whole ‘get fit’ or ‘get this much on Twitter’ malarkey. But, sometimes we need to think more about our goals and what we want to achieve, both on the larger and smaller spectrum.

So when I got an email from Mooku asking whether I’d like to have a look at one of their ‘Weekly goals’ PDFs, I couldn’t deny. In their email they explained to me that all their products work alongside the idea of mindfulness and getting a person to think more. This weekly goals planner they actually worked with a couple of psychologists to produce. The idea was that the questions asked give you the most well-rounded view of your life on a week-to-week basis, asking you questions you might not have asked yourself and forcing you to think!

Initially they just asked for some feedback in an email, but I wholeheartedly believe this to be such a wonderful thing that I had to write a post about it! If anything it is just such a pretty, simple layout, it’s formatted with lots of boxes saying different, rather ambiguous and open ended words or phrases to answer, and they really do get you thinking. Because, you just don’t think about anything you want to cut out or simplify that week, and you then begin analysing your week and all the little bits you may have forgotten about.


Then, after your brains been ticking over and you’ve filled it in, you can pin it up or place it somewhere you can see it and be reminded of these little things throughout your week.


Again, I think this is such a lovely idea, and as someone who is an avid lover of all things mindfulness I’m always so intrigued to look at new things. It’s nice to see something which has stripped back the concept of mindfulness and is as easy and simple as this, nothing but a pen and your mind needed, but is also effective. It’s hard to portray the effects, but I truly felt like I was more aware of my everyday activities and thoughts when doing this little planner, I both appreciated things more and began to evaluate and resolve the bits that maybe stressed me out or made my unhappy. All because of some boxes with words on, it really is as simple as that!

Definitely go check out the Mooku shop on Etsy as they have so many lovely products!

Until next time,

Em x


53 comments so far.

53 responses to “My Weekly Goals.”

  1. Sarah says:

    This planner sounds really interesting and helpful! Good luck with reaching your goals 🙂

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  2. There’s nothing more satisfying than being able to clearly see a goal written down and saying you’ve done it. This is such a different type of layout and I love it! Could really use these in the household – thanks for sharing!

    Jessica & James |

  3. Ella-Rose says:

    Its good to have weekly goals. Great post thank you

  4. This is such a great idea! I love the different boxes and I feel like it is something that would make me a bit more productive! x

  5. This is such a fantastic idea, I need to check out Mooku! I love that each day has a ‘stop’ and ‘say yes to’ box, as this really focusses your mind when setting goals and encourages you to step outside your comfort zone! A great post as always, Em!

    Abbey 💋

    • Em says:

      Definitely do all their stuff is so so lovely!! Exactly, being so open ended you can take it in any direction you want and really focus on what you want not what it’s telling you. Thank you lovely! xo

  6. I like this, for people who need to jot everything done (like me) 🏁this works! PS your handwriting is so cute lol. Nothing feels better than accomplishing goals that has been set for the week! Great post!

    • Em says:

      I’m exactly the same, having everything written down makes like 10x easier! Aw thank you aha!! So so true, thank you lovely! xo

  7. hilarice says:

    Oh wow, this looks incredible! What a lovely idea for a planner ! Love, Larice

  8. Kayleigh Zara says:

    This is amazing and I really love the layout of it! X

  9. pinkiebag says:

    Hi, what an interesting planning. I need any help I can get, Chloe

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  11. Jay says:

    I love this post, Em! I love things that make you more aware and on top of that it’s helping you set goals. I’m so into all the planning, motivational posts right now and this was right up my street. I’m definitely going to check out that Etsy shop. Thanks for sharing! xoxox
    (P.S. your hand writting is gorgeous! Makes mine look like chicken scratch haha)


    • Em says:

      Aww thank you hun! As do I, I think they’re so so important to have. They’re such lovely posts to read I don’t blame you, and I’m so glad! Do it do it! Thank you for reading! xoxox (aha aww thank you!! I’m sure it doesn’t lovely!)

  12. oliviadedman says:

    I love this idea! It looks like it really helps with pinpointing exactly what you want to achieve. Fab! 🙂

    • Em says:

      That’s exactly it and I honestly think it made me so much more aware of my daily life not just life as a whole which was really good! x

  13. bbbryony says:

    i really like this idea, might try it myself

  14. I love this idea! I’ve been reading a lot into mindfulness and love the whole concept. I always feel like I set myself long term goals and then get really dissapointed when I don’t achieve them so I love this idea!
    Robyn //

    • Em says:

      I love the concept of mindfulness, I’ve really followed it the last 2 years so anything related always interests me! Then this is perfect for you lovely!

  15. Soph xoxo says:

    Loved the post, i definetley need to start setting myself new goals!


  16. This is such an amazing idea! 💕

  17. Olivia says:

    This is such a great idea! Ps I love your photography!
    -Olivia Xxxx

  18. I always want to do one but I’m so bad keeping up on it! I’ll definitely try it soon. Great post lovely x

    Kayla |

  19. louisebodlex says:

    I set myself monthly targets over on my blog, however this way of setting goals/targets looks amazing!

    • Em says:

      Thats a good way of doing it I’ve never though of that! I love writing stuff down it’s my favourite way of getting my goals down!

  20. Lisa says:

    That is the prettiest weekly goals pdf I’ve seen, it’s clean, to the point and I definitely think I’ll check it out. I need something to make me think a little more about what I want to achieve on a weekly basis. Great share, Em (ps I still love your handwriting) x

    • Em says:

      I’m still not over how pretty it is! It honestly helps, just by a few words. Thank you! (Aha aww thank you!) x

  21. What a lovely post. It’s always good to set yourself goals regularly, no matter how big or small

  22. I absolutely love this! I used the happiness planner for 100 days and it was so good! Gonna have a look into this. Fab post as always Em x

    • Em says:

      I’ve heard good things about that I definitely need to try it as I’m all about it! Definitely do! Thank you lovely! xx

  23. I love writing down lists but I never stick to them that’s my problem but this would help a lot hhaha!! Great post x

  24. possiblysami says:

    This is actually so pretty and nice and would definitely make me feel a lot more organised with my life haha. I love this post! x

  25. harrietday98 says:

    This is a lovely post, I’m far too unorganised and need to be more like this! Thanks for sharing!!

  26. Rachel says:

    Aww I love this! It’s a perfect present for my sister for Christmas too… she needs this! Thanks for sharing 🙂 x

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