The Struggle, Recap
Yesterday, I posted about my very real struggle with time management, and with forgetting things I needed to do. Part of having an artists brain that is always filled with ideas for new creations and can’t be bothered with little pesky things like remembering to pay the phone bill. I also said that I had found the answer, but then I left you hanging, and didn’t tell you what that answer was. Instead, I just left you with this hint:
So What is the answer?
The answer that I hinted about yesterday, is something called a bullet journal. It is a planner, a habit tracker, a book for random notes, a task list, and a journal all in one.
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Exactly What, is a Bullet Journal?
I won’t try to explain the entire concept myself, first, first, I’ll let the creator of this method explain it to you, then perhaps in future posts I’ll share more with you about my experience with it so far. The creator of the bullet journal system Ryder Carroll, and if you are interested in this system, I encourage you to start with his original layout as a base, and then start customizing it for yourself as you discover what works best for you. That is the beauty of the bullet journal system it can be super simple, like Ryder’s, or elaborate and creative, as you’ll quickly see if you you google it. So, in this video, Ryder Carroll explains the basics of the bullet journal system.
Coming Soon, My Own Bullet Journal Pages
My own bullet journal was only started a few days ago, but its already increased my productivity dramatically. In future posts I’ll share some of my experience, and some photos of my own pages, and tell you about them. For now though, I think Ryder has explained the basics better than I could anyway. If you want to learn more from Ryder himself, go to http://bulletjournal.com and you’ll learn lots more!