There is the ongoing debate about which is the proper way to Bullet Journal. Should you keep a weekly spread, daily spreads; or, maybe even both. The traditional, with a Ryder Carroll stamp of approval, is to daily rapid logging. However, there are a lot of die hard Bullet Journalers out there that draw out weekly spreads. Some even use both a weekly and daily spreads! *Gasp* Nevertheless, only you can decide which team you are on. Each of these spreads work in various ways; with different advantages and cons. No one type is perfect. And, better yet, no one type is the “right” one.Read More
If you are looking for a fun challenge this summer, One Book July is right up there. For this planner lovin’ woman, I think July is the perfect time to bond with just one planner, or Bullet Journal in my case. What I like about this challenge is, there are very few rules. You don’t have to stick with just one book. You can focus on one big project, get better at using your Bullet Journal, or trying out a new system that may work better for you. You can find out more on their Facebook page. If you have been struggling, juggling, or wanting to start a Bullet Journal, I highly encourage you to participate.Read More
It’s all well and good to have a planner or a Bullet Journal. The problem with just “having one” is that you are not effectively using the system in the ways that would benefit you. It’s not just about having a planner, it’s actually utilizing the system you have chosen. This takes patience, and more importantly consistency. A plan is just a dream if you don’t take action. So, how exactly can you stay on track with your planning system; especially if your life can often be hectic and unpredictable? Today, let’s talk about ways to conquer our schedule and master better efficiency.