Daily planning and interchangeable schedules have become an essential part of life, a tool for growth and self-development that keeps track of time, places, and routines. Millions of people suffer each year from mood disorders. The vital information kept inside a planner can help develop new strengths and abilities to prepare for another phase of emotional, physical, and spiritual transitions. By recording daily feelings, appointments, and both positive and negative activities in our daily routine, we can use each daily experience to develop and sustain a happier and healthier lifestyle.
The 2011 Daily Mood Organizer poses the following tools:
Complete planning with monthly and weekly grids
Weekly Medication Charts and Activity List
Daily I.A.M ScoreTM (Irritability, Anxiety, Mood)
Monthly Tips and Notes of Encouragement