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.Read more
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.
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.
You've probably heard or noticed the term "bullet journal". And what on earth is migrating or a "future log"? So I went out to research and visited journaling blogs. There are a lot of trendy terms used in the journaling world that make it seem more difficult than it is.
The weekly overview or the weekly log is the most common way to process your information in your journal. For all those different terms you come across in the world of planners, I have a solution;