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.
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 in a companion Tomoe River Idea booklet, and whaddaya get? A bullet journal –on steroids– a/k/a the Jibun Techo (Biz) Mini B6 Slim. I am LUVin’ it! This review, loaded with screenshots, explains the multiple reasons for the well-deserved hype. (at JetPens) The Kokuyo Jibun Techo is taking the planner world by storm. this year. It seems like it popped up into the community overnight but it seems to have been a slow build over the last year that has bl… Planner Review: Kokuyo Jibun Techo B6 Slim 2018 Planner – The Well-Appointed Desk
The 2018 Jibun Techo Biz Mini presents such intense flexibility, I use it today as my bullet journal. Here’s how I finessed the December start date, starting actual usage in October.