Physical, Mental, Relationships, Financial, Organizational, Character,
Purpose, Spiritual, Emotional, Social, Career, Recreational
Sometimes goals in one area may be in conflict with another area. For example, spending money on recreation means there will be less added to savings. Some activities combine areas. For example, taking a walk is good for both emotional and physical areas. If you go with a friend, it can also be good for the social area. Activities that you find enjoyable or important are different for each person, so consider what is most meaningful to you.
A weekly personal development plan with a focus on one area each day of the week beyond your usual activities is one method to achieve balance. You can choose a focus area on a regular day or randomly.