The Big Bib is a daily and monthly goal tracker, it is made of carved wood and 18" across.
Measuring progress is important because it allows you to see how far you've come and how close you are to reaching your goal. Artist Jenny Fares developed the Bib to take tracking healthy habits and goals off the digital calendars and apps and into something artful and tactile. Tracking has helped her accomplish all kinds of goals from drinking more water to practicing piano to quitting drinking or even training for a sporting event.
How it works: In the middle are 14 holes, 7 larger bullseye circles with holes, 7 small holes and representing the days of the week. Each day you accomplish your Goal you move an artfully painted peg from the small hole to the hole with the bullseye hole. At the end of the 7 days you add a tiny peg to the days of the month bottom row. And the upper row of 12 months represents the months you completed your tasks. You can add the pegs to the top and remove them from the bottom or visa versa.
The Bib was designed by Jenny Fares and CNC carved by husband Maurice. Each Bib and the pegs are meticulously painted and sealed. The shape is intentionally meant to feel like a smile. Measure progress and transform your life.
Size: 18 x 12
Material: Hand painted wood