Dealing with a bullet journal for years proved its inherent worth. Nothing beats hand-to-paper for massaging creativity while formulating dreams-to-reality planning. But honesty demands acknowledging: digital better addresses some subjects.
Only permanent collections see the multiYear Hobonichi Weeks’ 99 internal pages, enlarged from 69. Mastering the Notes area ensures both Blogger and standard Core EDC BuJo concerns are covered.
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.