Nineveh Daily Planner

I have put together a daily planner that brings together the Nineveh 90 daily devotions as well as some FlyLady like tasks. It also has a weekly virtue to focus on.
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I printed one of these for each day

and one of these for each week

I then put it together in a binder with weekly dividers.ย 

And I also added some pretty lined paper under each week’s tab for notes on the week’s virtue or anything else the Lord is showing me.

This is very specific to my own needs, but you can print this and just cross off what’s not applicable and write in whatever suits you better. Or you can just use this as inspiration to create your own. I hope it’s helpful.

I started this back on February 13th when the Nineveh 90 started, but I’m thinking that I’m going to restart the virtues over next week…there is so much to it. That will take me up to Pentecost Sunday! ๐Ÿ™

Please let me know if you end up using it, and I’ll pray for you.

 

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  3. lorilett@msn.com

    Wow! I wish I was this organized! Good job $

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  4. Lori. Stick with me, you can do it too. ๐Ÿ™‚ You know how much of a mess my life has been. But God is good and He can work with anything we give Him. But it needs to start slow. I remember when I first started seeing my new doctor and she was treating me for what we both thought was ADHD at the time. I wanted to get right to organization because the lack of it had hindered so much of my life. She told me to be patient, that as we worked on my health issues that I’d naturally have more focus and energy to do what needed to be done. Oh my gosh, she was so right. I still struggle with dips in my energy every once in a while but I’m learning self respect…that I need to honor my body as the temple of the Holy Spirit and provide for what it needs without feeling bad about it…even if that is simply rest. ๐Ÿ™

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  5. That’s a great way to stay organized! I found out about N90 late & got pretty overwhelmed, but I’ve made progress. I’m restarting the 54 Day Rosary Novena today with my family, continuing the things I’ve made a habit, and working on the areas where I struggle. I hope you’re doing well with it!

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  6. Yes, I try to keep in mind that the point of these ‘fasts’ and of Lent even, is not to prove how strong and capable we are but to be reminded of how much we need God! So it’s all good…just give Him your littleness and He’ll reproduce it and make it sufficient. ๐Ÿ™Thanks for stopping by and commenting. ๐Ÿ˜€

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