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Radicle Ritual Planner 2022

2022 Radicle Ritual Planner
Personal and Community Organizer here!

* Download the FREE PDF gifted through 12/31 *


About the Planner:

Last year I learned as part of Winter Solstice celebrations in Korea, or Little New Year (Dongji), one of our longstanding ancestral traditions is to give calendars. Last year I made a revolutionary Art + Activism Calendar. This year I made you an entire full-size planner, my gift of love and care to you!

The Radicle Ritual Planner is truly unique and one-of-a-kind. It is not about centering goals, productivity, success, or even *you* as a lone individual. It was envisioned to meet this new moment (and the next!), founded in interconnection so that each of us can find our constellation of care to better organize and support everything in our lives! Because we were not meant to Be and Do it all alone. The Self Care Industrial Complex has sold us this belief, and it has caused an epidemic of isolation, stress and loneliness. This is my antidote.

Radicle Ritual is about rooting in practices, medicine and creativity that supports our Collective Belonging! You get to call in what’s most meaningful to you.

In its pages you will find:

✨ Space for yearly, monthly, daily ritual
✨ A Spell for Radicle Belonging
✨ New Moon/Full Moon dates + spreads
✨ Exploring Inner Alchemy Collage through story, symbols, archetypes etc.
✨ Awareness + Activism dates (20+ new ones!)
✨ Monthly calendars + Weekly dated pages
✨ Lists for your multifaceted roles + projects
✨ Layouts to encourage Self Care AS Community Care (they’re connected!)
✨ Pages to build collaborations
✨ Word of the Year + Work of the Year musings
✨ Blanks for card pulls, daily gratitude, collages, tiny art, whatever nurtures YOU
✨ Year end reflections centering ME and WE

I hope this tool can help us begin to hold more complexity around diversity in collective belonging spaces, and community as an essential part of self love and self care.

I believe in YOU. I believe in US.

Printing Specs and Tips:
  • standard 8.5x11 page size
  • 172 pages/86 double sided - not including front and back cover of your choice
  • Black and white
  • 28lb bond/70lb text paper or heavier highly recommended
    (these are equivalent with different names)
I printed my initial draft in-person at Staples on their self serve copier. It took about 5 minutes and cost $33 (about .19 a page). Easy! Many office supply stores and local print shops have an online option to print and bind (in several ways), with contactless shipping as well. Be sure to opt for double sided.

I had my draft spiral bound on the spot for an additional $5 and chose coated black card stock, front and back covers, which was included in the binding. There were vinyl options as well. I'm going to try a local print shop for my final print copy to compare, but as a test run I was pretty happy with these easy results.

Other Binding Options:

The fun thing about a self-printed planner is that you can use any binding technique that feels like the right practical choice and creative adventure for you! For ready made there are crafty disc binder systems, and your classic ring binders in zillions of prints, style options and even # of rings, especially if you like being able to pull out pages and work on them, or even add pages, dividers etc.

If you're into book making, there are many techniques for crafting something beautifully personal and handmade for loose leaf pages (not folded signatures, as the PDF is not formatted for this!). For mine, I wanted ease and something not too bulky, and I always need a spiral binding so I can either fold over or lay flat, depending what I'm working on. For yours, make it what you love!

2019 planner

For Your Covers:

Since I always personalize my cover with Inner Alchemy Collage - which I will share all about in our New Year's Revolution Planner Party! - a simple, sturdy, blank front and back is all I really need. If you wanted to get fancy, you certainly could design your own cover, or use pretty printed card stock. Just be sure whoever is binding your planner (if it's not you), can accommodate whatever option you choose. Your covers will get a bit of wear and tear, so keep this in mind as well.

If a simple, no fuss no muss cover is more your jam, you could also simply add clear covers to the front and back or ask your printer to print the front and back page of the PDF on card stock as the covers. 

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Sunday, Jan 2, 2022, 1:35pm EST
(Magic number and New Moon time!)

I’ll dive into the planner, it’s layouts, and offer suggestions for making it your own!

Zoom link and supply list will be publicly posted in Rebel House
* Open to All *

(BYOP! feel free to use your own planner)

So excited to dive in to a new year together!
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  1. So excited to attend on the 2nd and print out my planner!!

    1. Hooray! Can't wait to see the magic you make in the pages!

  2. I am amazed by this, Mindy - by your generosity, by the thinking and planning you put into this. I have downloaded mine, and am thinking about how I want to set it up! Also dreaming of the cover!

    1. Looking forward to hearing how your creative process goes! I’m am so happy to share it with you, Lisa!


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