Project Love launched their debut journal Goodbye 2018, Hello 2019 in November 2018 – an end-of-year guide that helps you to say a proper farewell to one year as it comes to an end and create a vision and a plan for the year to come – and it has now become an annual event.
The next in the series, Goodbye 2021, Hello 2022 is a prompted journal that takes you on a journey to reflect on the year you've just been through and then make a plan to design a life you love in the year to come. This is not your average daily journal – it’s a planner that asks you to check in every three months to keep you on track with your dreams. Packed full of thoughtful questions and inspirational quotes from great thinkers, this book is the dose of positivity you need.
Written by Project Love founders and coaching experts Selina Barker and Vicki Pavitt, who have poured into the guide a combined 20 years of experience, in empowering and helping people all over the world to bring about positive change and create lives they love.
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The ‘Goodbye, Hello’ journal is proudly brought to you by Project Love founders and coaching experts Selina Barker and Vicki Pavitt, who have poured into the guide a combined 20 years of experience in empowering and helping people all over the world to design lives they love.With their popular Project Love podcast, the Goodbye, Hello journal and their Coaching programmes, Project Love is the go-to platform for people looking for heartfelt, practical guidance on love and life.The Project Love podcast has enjoyed half a million downloads globally. Project Love have been featured in Metro, Grazia, Glamour, the Independent, the Daily Telegraph, Cosmopolitan, Red, Psychologies, Evening Standard and Huffington Post. They have worked with brands such as Liberty, Soho House, Sonos and Match.com and clients all over the world from the likes of Apple, Google and UN Women.Their mission with their journals is to create smart, engaging life design tools and inspiration that help people to connect deeply with themselves and one another and to bring about positive change in their own lives and the world around them.