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.Read more
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.
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.
A mood tracker is in Dutch a mood registration, but I find mood tracker more pleasant to read and write. In this article I'll look at how you start a mood tracker, what it's for and how you express a mood or feeling in words.
You can see each day as a new start, an unwritten page. Maybe you are looking for some inspiration, so here is an example of how I start my day. Regularity and structure are key, but there are people who get through the day without any form of structure.
There's a new month coming up, so a great chance to start the Minsgame! Is the stuff you have to clean up too much? Are you reluctant to clean up and that's why you don't do anything about it? This is an article for you with the answer! Yes, really ...