IT’S WILD WEEK! Wild For Planners is celebrating six years of brining planners together and Team Wild has been working hard behind the scenes creating something special! To celebrate this golden anniversary, Wild For Planners is launching Wild University, a virtual online “university” where you can learn and connect with your favorite content creators in the planner community. If you are familiar with Wild 30, Wild University is all that and so much more!
Wild 30 was a series of 30-day courses focused on specific topics hosted by content creators that you could purchase and participate in for 30 days. The idea of Wild University is to offer a monthly or annual membership that gives you access to content 365 days a year. You can go through it at your own pace and always have access plus tons of other perks and fun along the way.
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WELCOME TO WILD UNIVERSITY
At Wild University you can become a student (member) and major or minor in a variety of subjects. Each month, there will be featured instructors (content creators) in particular major or minor subject areas plus you will have access to a variety of content in the library section. There is even a special Pathway Quiz to help guide you to a particular area of focus. You can also take a special campus tour given by Lauryn Garner @laurynwithlove. This month’s launch will kick off with content from featured instructors, Chevonne Dixon @thiswellplannedlife and Cindy Guentert-Baldo @llamaletters. Wild University subjects range from a variety of topics from planner related to general lifestyle content to help you put your plans into action and live your best life.
Membership also includes access to a private Facebook group of friends. Now you can connect with like-minded planners that share your common areas of interest and have accountability partners to help you along the way.
In celebration of the launch of Wild University, Wild For Planners will be donating to Pencils of Promise to help further their mission of bringing quality education and schools to children around the world.