Thursday, August 29th, 2013

Bullet Journal Method: Your Thoughts?


From the Bullet Journal website: For the list-makers, the note-takers, the Post-It note pilots, the track-keepers, and the dabbling doodlers. Bullet journal is for those who feel there are few platforms as powerful as the blank paper page. It’s an analog system for the digital age that will help you organize the present, record the past, and plan for the future.

This method seems simple enough – think you might give it a go it in a DotWebbie?


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Read the recent article about Bullet Journal on LifeHacker.


12 thoughts on “Bullet Journal Method: Your Thoughts?

  1. I’ve been following the Bullet Journal Method since September and I’ve found incredible value in it for a few reasons:

    – I’ve been asked for specific situations for reference about something that needs to be addressed at work. Because I write it everything down and make it easy to reference, I have lots of situations.
    – I keep notes from meetings, notes for ideas, lists and an easy to use calendar for making sure I’m staying on top of events that span personal, life and social.
    – It was a small routine that’s helped me build other routines.

    I use a Rhodia Hardcover with a Micron 05 and so far this has been the best configuration to support my daily needs (I’ve used 3-4 diff. types of non-Rhodias and 3-4 Rhodia variations and this is the one I like the best).

    I use the standard spreads with a few extras that I’ll hopefully document in the next month on my personal website.

    Please feel free to reach out if you need someone to rave about how much Rhodia has impacted my daily systems and made me a more effective person!

  2. This is a formalized method of something I’ve been doing for about 7 years already…using bullets and different symbols to delineate between priorities and task types. I like the idea of expanding it to a more-than-daily format with a look-ahead feature, though I think I’ll just slip a small At-A-Glance 2-yr monthly planner in the pocket of a Moleskin instead of manually drafting monthly pages, which would save so much time from recreating the monthly wheel.

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