Blogger’s Bullet Journal Spread: Social Media Character Limits

Blogger’s Bullet Journal Spread: Social Media Character Limits

TL;DR

This blogger’s bullet journal cheat sheet – a spread detailing social media character limits. A5 Life booklet News section.
 
Estimated Reading Time: 1 minute

Social Media Specifications / Character Limits

Container: A5 Slim Jibun Techo companion Life book, News Section

✦︎ Also available in B6 Slim Mini size
✦︎ MIO paper

  • I adore MIO
    • no ink-dry wait state
    • no smearing
    • no ghosting
    • no allergy to repeated erasures
  • I tolerate Tomoe River
    • best unique trait: über thin

✦︎ Attached to Blogger/Online module: A5 Slim Jibun Techo Biz

Pens, per below image

✦︎ 0.38mm Pilot Juice, black
✦︎ 0.7mm Pilot Frixion “Ball”: reddish, brown
✦︎ 0.5mm Pilot Frixion retractable: light blue, green
✦︎ 0.5mm Zebra DelGuard Mechanical pencil, 4B lead
✦︎ brown MildLiner

Other Accessories

✦︎ Washi tape (b/c serves productivity purposes)

  • disguises factory headers
  • visual indicator of like pages

✦︎ Avery Ultra Mini Tabs (Amazon, $3-ish)

  • stiff (bird-beak proof {trust me 🐥})
  • repositional
  • super sticky, but in a good way

Why the Life Booklet

I draw nothing. Different sections address the need at hand. In this instance, each generous block welcomes data. Spillovers float into an adjacent block without fuss or fanfare.

And, because each set of blocks sport a number at the far left, indexing chores ease. My habit: 44a, 44b, for the 2 horizontal blocks on the left page; 44c, 44d to pinpoint blocks on the right facing page. Crazy easy!

The Social Networks Spread, with Specs & Character Limits

A5 Slim (Jibun Techo) Life booklet: News section: Social Media Character Limits
A5 Slim (Jibun Techo) Life booklet: News section: Social Media Character Limits

 

Call to Action

I couldn’t remember which specs matched which network. Repetitive googling forced my hand, resulting in this Character Limits spread. The biggest hassle? How to organize all those numbers. Once again, the Jibun Techo, in the form of its Life booklet, rushed to my aid.Little things. They add up. What could have flustered me into procrastination was instead tamed. What petty irritant grates your nerves? Your remedy?

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