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Any dream worthy of the label necessitates learning something new. Experience, a harsh teacher, encouraged my described file saving scheme.
Reviewing 2017 bullet journal entries coaxed smiles. Some productivity-related discoveries became as deeply entrenched as breathing. 10 bountiful gems follow.
The Daily Log fuels my day. Exploiting its inherent power eliminates tedium. Unlike todo lists, it invigorates rather than debilitates.
A BuJo’s dual time blocks, within Jibun Techo vertical weeklies, play best friend to goals.
Reviews highlight self-management woes. The 5-Whys Technique unearths one’s nitty-gritty essence, paving a polished improvement path. Resulting bullet journal spreads hammer the lessons learned.
The inherent beauty of Japanese planners, like Kokuyo’s Jibun Techo Biz Mini, lies in their flexibility despite preprinted forms. Read: a bullet journaler’s dream.
Lose the Dailies and cumbersome size of the Hobonichi Cousin (Avec); add the portability-champ persona of the Hobonichi Weeks; mix … More
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Think Leuchtturm’s A5 notebook, WITH Tomoe River paper. Ooooo baby!
But I also wonder about technology’s effect on the most important tool at our disposal: our minds.
Last year I adopted a bullet journal. While it took a few stabs at that apple to achieve planning peace, the efforts proved worthy time expenditures. Multiple unanticipated benefits continue to flow, as discussed in this article.
Pocket Notebooks’ listing triggered a question: Hmm, my own top 8? NanamiPaper’s B6 Cafe Note (5mm grid/ Tomoe River paper) … More
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Trying to shove all facets of my life into one-book (Leuchtturm) failed. Add: repeated drawing of spreads antagonized. Hobonichi + Kokuyo products fueled my entry into the Land of Planning Nirvana.