I tweaked the Year-View to accommodate tracking for 2019–2021. I embraced the 2019 Monthly Calendars as presented. But I altered the December 2018 and three 2020 Monthly Calendars to address my multiYear intentions.
My standard habit: move into my new BuJo-hybrid early October. This year cements the habit, as I transform a Hobonichi Weeks into a multi-year Core EDC BuJo as well as 5 year Editorial Calendar. Mesmerized to see this little dude finesse so much info.
The first phase of sleep problem-solving requires recognition; the second, an action plan. Toward that end, I enlisted the Jibun Techo’s Gantt Chart. Turns out, it’s sheer perfection for sleep tracking, personifying ease of use.
Life inflicts events guaranteed to bring you to your knees. I fought back, devising a new daily habit sourced in a cement-mindset bullet journal spread. Worked! Here’s the how and why.
Bullet journalers confront the question frequently: why handwrite your planning, when digital is so much easier? My summary response: short-term ease can lead to long-term disease, eating time rather than massaging it. This Infographic hits the basics.
This badBoy fascinated me at first glance, prompting a save for further study. The more I scrutinize its nuances, the more I appreciate its inherent brilliance. A few tweaks would accommodate other concerns as well.