Thirteen months ago, I jotted some notes about my one-month experience with Bullet Journal. Now, more than a year has passed. Here are some observations on the longer experience with this organizational system.
SKIPPY HERE, FULL THERE. Even in those periods when I didn’t keep up daily with the journal, sometimes I did mark items in the monthly habit tracker. So there was progress being made. At other times, when I was slow to set up the monthly calendar and the habit tracker, I was using the daily pages, including tasks by memory. So one way or the other, I was taking advantage of the momentum that the journal was providing. Continue reading
I’m posting this longish review here on my Walking with God site because the spiritual life is often messy, disorganized and, yes, lazy. Or the best word might be “neglected.” The Bullet Journal can help here, too, and can help unify one’s life, work, and service to God. So give the article a good read.
There was not a single day that I did not consult and follow the notebook during the first month of using the Bullet Journal. That must be some sort of record for me. I usually tire or feel cramped by organizational systems or PIMs. I did not with this one. Maybe I’m just getting more mature, who knows, but I do chalk up the flexibility of the system to helping hold my attention. Continue reading