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.
Being productive doesn’t mean you have to be neat, everything should work out perfectly, or you need to have all your ideas in order. Instead, productivity is the art of getting closer to your goals. However, in order to get there, you need to have a plan of action. Furthermore, you need to have concrete ideas that will help you achieve your goals successfully and with the most ease. Ironically, what you need first is a brain dump. Yes, it is as messy as it sounds. Simply put, a brain dump is where you lay it all out there. By doing so, you become aware of all the tasks you need to do, as well as those you think you need to do. Read More
We all struggle with being productive throughout the day. I’m guilty of sneaking a two hour nap when I can; despite needing to get more done. The phrase “staying busy” has become a mantra that isn’t necessarily a good one. Today, I want to share with you how I stay productive during the day while still having time for fun and leisure. I have learned a lot over the past three years as a Bullet Journaler; but, more in the past year as I have really focused on what the word “productive” means to me. Read More