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The life builder journal examples:

my priorities wheel

Prioritizing helps us make progress toward our goals. It's good to check in regularly to see what's getting your focus and attention — and then consider if you need to make any adjustments.


  • Grab a colored pencil, marker, or another coloring tool to fill in your circles.
  • Color in your current life priorities, rating them from 1-10, with 1 being the least important and 10 being the most important.

  • This will create a really clear visual that shows just where your priorities sit right now.


  • Each section of the wheel is numbered 1-10.

  • Rate each section (Friends, Family, School, etc.) by how much of priority it is for you.

    • 1 is lowest priority. 10 is highest priority.

  • Color in each section from the middle to the number you picked. 

    • Example: If you said Friends is a 6 on your scale of priorities, you would color in 6 levels out from the middle in the Friends section.​

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