Dot Sticker Sets - 11:11 Supply
Dot Sticker Sets - 11:11 Supply
Dot Sticker Sets - 11:11 Supply
Dot Sticker Sets - 11:11 Supply
Dot Sticker Sets - 11:11 Supply
Dot Sticker Sets - 11:11 Supply
Dot Sticker Sets - 11:11 Supply
Dot Sticker Sets - 11:11 Supply
11:11 Supply

Dot Sticker Sets

Regular price $6.75 $0.00

These wonderful Korean Dot Sticker Sets are opaque and include multiple sizes in one pack, so you always have the same size you need, in three complimentary colors. Six sheets total per set. 

New to using dot stickers? Read below for tips, or watch my IGTV video:

1. Habits: Are you trying to start a new habit or get back the wagon with one? Maybe running, or waking up earlier, or drinking more water, or drinking less alcohol :) Grab a calendar or planner and give yourself a dot sticker every time you do the right thing. We love this method because it doesn't allow you to cheat (ie, you either did or did not run that mile, you either did or did not drink 8 oz out water) AND also it creates a motivating visual -- you'll notice you're more likely to follow through just to get your dot for the day. We're kinda still five years old, it turns out. ⁠

2. Mood tracking: we often forget that lots of things that are under our control impact our mood (from how much sleep we get to who we talk to that day). If you're trying to do more mood regulation, use dot stickies and assign a color to three moods (three max, otherwise it gets confusing). For example: blue for sad, orange for content, red for angry. Each day, place a dot sticker based on which moods were strongest that day. You'll likely see a pattern emerge and now have data to know what behavioral changes you can make. ⁠

3. Efficient time management: You can use different color dots for recurring events, so you don't have to keep re-writing them in your planner or calendar. For example, orange dots for Thursday's yoga class (yep, you can still join those virtually), blue for when your spouse has the kids, etc. Or, use color dots to create structure during the pandemic: purple dots for days when you'll do morning exercises, blue for when you'll take a full hour walk, green dots for when you'll take a full hour lunch with no devices.


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