Tag: bullet journal

  • A Leftie’s Bullet Journal V2 Review

    A Leftie’s Bullet Journal V2 Review

    I’ve been using something like The Bullet Journal Method for years now. I’ve used the first version of The Bullet Journal, which was a lightly customized [Leuchtturm 1917](https://www.leuchtturm1917.ca) notebook with branding. I’ve used standard Leuchtturm notebooks as well and while I missed the third ribbon for marking my spot, ultimately it’s the same notebook. Today […]

  • The Task Managers I Recommend

    The Task Managers I Recommend

    While I’ve centralized my work on a single task manager, that doesn’t mean that I recommend my choice for everyone. In fact, I tell my wife **not** to use the task manager I use daily. It’s simply too much for her to manage. Let’s take a look at the task systems I recommend and dive…

  • Get Your Kids on a Project Management System?

    This sounds crazy to me: When Tonya Parker, a mom in Illinois, wanted to better organize her family life a little over a year ago, the first thing she did was set her kids up on Trello, a web-based project-management tool. Parker’s four children, ages 9 to 18, now use Trello, which is more typically…

  • A Bullet Journal is like The One Ring

    Jamie Todd Rubin on his Bullet Journal: Almost at once, I saw exactly where a Bullet Journal would fill a desperately needed gap: the One Book to Rule Them All. Jamie gives us a history of his notebook usage before showing us how a Bullet Journal fills the holes he kept finding in his day.…

  • “Ugly” Bullet Journalling

    Rebecca Renner writing for Book Riot: Ugly bullet journals are a wonderful thing. They exist. It’s just that a lot of them are hiding, ashamed to show their pages amongst their more Insagrammable peers. But that’s ridiculous, because it seems to me that, contrary to the perfectly measured and color-coded reputation bullet journals have garnered,…

  • December Bullet Journal Plan with Me

    December Bullet Journal Plan with Me

    Welcome to December. Today’s video is all about the planning process I went through to get my December Bullet Journal ready. My Gear You can see all my gear here.

  • Ryder Caroll one Notebook Migration

    Yup this is for last year, but the process is the same according to Ryder. My favourite quote is: “Maybe it’s not you that is bad at sticking to your goals, it’s your goals that are bad at sticking to you”. This idea is echoed in Atomic Habits (review coming) when James Clear says that…

  • How to Craft a Better To-Do List over at Bullet Journal

    A well-crafted to-do list acts as a guiding light for your day. It helps you overcome that feeling of overwhelm and the anxiety of wether or not you’re being productive throughout the day. – How to Craft a Better To-Do List The highlights are: 1. Have a top “3” tasks Not sure why 3 is…