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Stuff on your mind

A big… huge.. really primary reason I started using a journal in the first place is that I do such a terrible job of holding...

Managing Multiple Projects/People

The question arises constantly: “I am managing 5 projects all at the same time! How will my Journal help me stay organized?” “I have 6...

Focus and Attention

Find the red shirt in this photo. Now find another red shirt. Find another. Another red shirt. The more you look for, the more you...

Why am I doing this?

A very common question expressed on the forums is a version of this:  “I work at 3 jobs, I have 2 children and a husband...

The Amorphous Blob of Undo-ability

 Projects: The Amorphous Blob of undo-abiltiy What constitutes a Project? Generally, any task that takes more than 2 actions to complete can be considered a...

Where Are Your Edges?

Picture life 100 years ago. People went to work and did a ‘thing’. They worked at the office, dug a ditch, built a widget… then...

The Weekly Log and GTD

The Weekly log is not an inherent part of the Bullet Journal system. It’s not precluded, but it’s completely optional. So why have one at...

Dailies – Your Zen Space

“The Daily Log is designed for day-to-day use. At the top of the page, record the date as your topic. Throughout the course of the...

GTD – Getting Things Done

GTD = Getting Things Done by David Allen  Five simple steps to apply order to chaos. That really is the whole gist of the system....