You'd like to use a bullet journal, but without going overboard. Maybe you don't like decorating, you don't want to spend that much money on it or you think you belong to the non-creatives. In this blog post I'll give you 9 examples of simple, yet useful spreads.Read more
What is the meaning of personal productivity and why is it so important? What do you gain from it in everyday life? First, let's look at what productivity actually means. In my opinion, it is quite a vague concept.
Using a bullet journal can do a lot of good and yet there is a good number of people who have tried to use a bullet journal, but where it doesn't work. A bullet journal is a powerful tool for all kinds of disciplines unless it is used wisely.
Recovering from a severe burnout, I started looking for ways that would help me get back to living as normal a life as possible. How a bullet journal contributed to this and changed my life, you can read in this article. I am not a doctor and this article is based on my experience. Please consult a physician if you have any complaints and/or symptoms.
If you use a bullet journal or planner, you've made mistakes. There's almost no way around it. A spelling error, a wrong layout, a line of a frame that goes too far. We all know it. And if you're anything like me, you still find yourself bummed by such a mistake.
Digital clutter, we all struggle with it. Do you have more than 10, 100 or 1000 emails / Whatsappes in your inbox, x thousand photos on your phone, bookmarks in your browser that you never look at ... this is an article for you.
For visual thinkers, an icon says more than 100 words. The productivity level board combines icons with activities you've done. It maps out what you have spent your time on. The opposite of a habit tracker where you keep track of what you have to do.
Let me start by clarifying that this is not a calligraphy or handlettering blog post, but it is about how I improve my daily handwriting in a very easy way. Maybe you want to improve your handwriting too, but get overwhelmed by the beautiful scripts you see around you.
This is the first article of a two part series of "do's and don'ts for your bullet journal". These three are obviously not all do's, but are important enough to devote a blog to. The second post is about the 3 don'ts.
Grow into your household routines by keeping a tracker in your planner, bullet journal, phone or whatever. Use a system, in my case Flylady and Minsgame, to systematically run your household, it makes it organized and manageable. Even with a full-time job.