Countless studies and articles echo the same principle: master your first thoughts of the day, and you master your life.
A Blogger’s BuJo plays Siamese twin to my Core EDC BuJo. Both now appear in multi-year format within a classic Hobonichi Weeks. If you crave a similar comprehensive self-management system, here’s your cheat sheet. This section details the spreads and rationales re my 2017-2021 reconfiguration of the horizontal weeks area.
Kindness is good for your health. It regulates our heart rate; we get a warm, cozy feeling. Our brain releases dopamine, serotonin, oxytocin, and endorphins, all of which make us happy. And oxytocin also reduces inflammation in the heart, so kindness is literally good for your heart!
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.
We google for countless solutions, yet settle on merely stumbling onto our core. Change the script with these 22 queries.
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.
Science confirms your morning mood can impact your productivity throughout the day. Learn and implement the related secrets science gifts.
How to grab and configure the HTML snippets you need for your Text Widgets.
Problems will only be resolved following concentrated action.
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 is guaranteed to do her thing, whether constructive or destructive. Science confirms the critical and lingering impact of one’s morning mood. Be prepared, with The Best Morning Ritual science suggests.
Why and how to create a minimalist workspace, via ZenHabits.
Google, once a researcher’s e-BFF, morphed into a features-yanking bully no longer hungry enough to keep the user a top priority. Fortunately, go-gooder skilled developers restore what was once the glorious Google search experience.
You’re polishing your blog post, adding a few Pinterest pins. You leave the WordPress editing screen to check out a Preview. You catch a spelling error; all else looks fine. You re-enter the editing screen, correct the boo boo, and perform a final Preview. 😱 The pins have disappeared! WhaDaFrig??!!??