Using a Traveler’s Notebook as a Bullet Journal (and more) – first impressions

Using a Traveler’s Notebook as a Bullet Journal (and more) – first impressions

As I stated in my last post regarding my February update, I bought a Traveler’s Notebook to use as my new main Bullet Journal and Notebook system. There are two main reasons for doing so. For one, it’s a question of size and format. While I absolutely love my Dingbats Bullet Journal in regards to [...]

Reading: “The Bullet Journal Method” by Ryder Carroll

Reading: “The Bullet Journal Method” by Ryder Carroll

“Studies have suggested that we have 50,000 to 70,000 thoughts per day. For context, if each thought were a word, that means that our minds are generating enough content to produce a book Every. Single. Day. Unlike a book, our thoughts are not neatly composed. On a good day they’re vaguely coherent. This leaves out [...]

Shame on me: an update on how I blame everything that doesn’t work on my bullet journal…

Shame on me: an update on how I blame everything that doesn’t work on my bullet journal…

Long time no see, again - an update on how I blame everything on my bullet journal... So for months now I regularly thought about what I could probably blog about. I even had a few ideas – quite a few at times – usually when I had nothing with me to take some notes [...]