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.
Wanna embed a Pinterest board in a WordPress post? Avoid the new Pinterest “Sections” feature, introduced back in November 2017.
A bullet journal hosts this blogger’s Editorial + Social Media Content Calendars. They need food. I stash my Wheaties in a Pinterest cupboard. Enjoy!
Already deep into your BuJo, or trying to pull a bullet journal “togetha”? Up for a day-by-day March challenge? Cool!
Planning books hang out with their BFFs, dubbed accessories. A Jibun Techo in bullet journal mode forms no exception to the rule. My faves follow.
Bullet journaling instills focus. Online activity generates lotsa notes. A dedicated A5 Slim Jibun Techo Biz embraces the combo for blog planning and followup.
My EDwC (EveryDay everyWhere Carry) plays third limb, keeping essentials of my bullet journal system accessible at all times. An A5 Slim Jibun Techo Standard hosts this critical module. Here’s the detailed how-to, with rationales underlying configuration decisions.
I streamlined my Biz Mini, in daily use as my “everything” bullet journal since October. Now, it focuses solely on business and finances.
Bullet Journal creator, Ryder Carrol, shares his story: addressing his own attention deficit disorder inspired a technique now used worldwide for efficient self-management.
Planner peace … changing circumstances … back to the Jibun Techo drawing board. Presenting my mindmap, my 2018 bullet journal planner revamp guide.
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.