Mi’kmaq leader and L’nuey Executive Director Jenene Wooldridge will release Living Full Circle: Living with Balance and Intention Inspired by Medicine Wheel Teachings, a 52-week undated planner based on the teachings of the medicine wheel, on October 15. The planner is published by Acorn Press and will be available where books are sold.
Wooldridge created the planner to share her insights and personal experience on how she incorporates teachings of the medicine wheel to live her life and achieve success. The planner teaches the importance of balance and living with purpose by using tools like contemplation, preparation and goals.
Living Full Circle will help the user learn how to get from where they are to where they want to go. The planner includes 12 themed months and 52 weeks of guided reflection. The user can track their progress and learn useful tips and inspiration as they grow.
Wooldridge is the daughter of former Mi’kmaq Chief James (Jim) and Carolyn Sark. She comes from a long line of leaders, including hereditary and elected Chiefs. She has worked in senior management positions for First Nation communities and organizations over the past decade and is committed to ongoing personal and professional development. The owner of Segewa’t Consulting, she was recently recognized as one of the top 25 Powerful Women in Business 2021 by Atlantic Business Magazine. She lives with her husband and two children in her ancestral home of Epekwitk (PEI), territory of the Mi’kmaq, and part of Mi’kma’ki.