Little things can make or break a positive perspective. Expensive products may disappoint but these cheapie little things delight, coaxing superior productivity throughout the day. No affiliate/sponsorship links. Just sharing the joy.
Massaging self-compassion, I wrote this letter to my nemesis —Poindexter, the inner critic dude. Writing by hand reinforces. Result: tamed!
I resist bullet journal tedium, such as "migrating" traditional todo-list tasks. Instead, dual time blocking —nestled within vertical weeklies— guide my workdays. Here's how.
In 2016 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.
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.
Analog tools assist planning. Digital tools expedite writing and other chores. Productivity mandates awareness of, and easy access to, all matters related to a single task. The Hobonichi Weeks answers the call for a maestro, conjuring and sustaining digital/analog harmony. Here's how.