Idealist Dreams: How I Learned to Plan as an INFP
If you're an INFP, have you ever felt like you can't get things done because it's hard to stick to anything? Or like having to a to-do list is so suffocating that you would rather not have one, but yet the idea of having a method of accomplishing things is still strangely appealing?
Idealistic and creative, sometimes INFPs need a little structure to reach their goals and finish their projects.
In this short and concise book, artist and writer Arcadia Page recounts her journey towards planner peace, sharing planning methods and tips for anyone who finds that typical methods of planning don't work for them.
More Books by Arcadia Page
A Busy Girl's Guide to Natural Curls
I Want to Do All the Things: Finding Balance as a Polymath, Multipotentialite & Renaissance Soul
I Can't Help Being an INFP Writer
The Little Book of Tiny Tasks: Make Your Life More Calm While Getting Things Done 5 Minutes at a Time
Thoughtful Planning: How to Use Questions for Self-reflection to Design Your Day