Need motivation? An office toilet seat? Cleaner that the typical desk! Yeah, thought that would do it.
Any dream worthy of the label necessitates learning something new. Experience, a harsh teacher, encouraged my described file saving scheme.
The Daily Log fuels my day. Exploiting its inherent power eliminates tedium. Unlike todo lists, it invigorates rather than debilitates.
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.
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.
Think Leuchtturm’s A5 notebook, WITH Tomoe River paper. Ooooo baby!
In this example, we create an applet to toss a copy of every tweet to a dedicated iOS Calendar.
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.
Scheduling tweets be accomplished with an IFTTT-induced marriage between Google Calendar and Twitter. Cost? $0. Here’s how.
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, embracing and sustaining digital/analog harmony. Here’s how.
As a writer, accountability prompts tracking my daily writing word count. The Law of Unintended Consequences killed the would-be joy of that initial word-count-only log. I returned to the drawing board, tweaking and enhancing, creating a more comprehensive writing process log. This article details the what and why of the tweaked log’s components.
My multi-book Bullet Journal system includes an A5 Hobonichi Cousin Avec planner, devoted to all-things-writing. Despite the Hobo’s calendar structure, its flexibility embraces trackers and other BuJo hallmarks. A review of the top five delightful features follow.
The BuJo/bullet journal’s intense flexibility provides THE answer for organizing articles and blog posts. The trick to successful implementation requires knowing both your workflow and foibles, incorporating steps to accommodate each.
Conjuring home office organizational nirvana involves (1) thinking through how you spend your time with assorted tools; and (2) devising a scheme embracing your workflow. This article details one woman’s roadmap to DeClutteredVille.