Writing Wednesday: Combined work and personal Bullet Journal, or separate?

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A question I see often online is: should I combine work and personal in one Bullet Journal? Or should I have separate Bullet Journal notebooks for work and personal uses? The answer, of course, is: it depends. Here are some things to consider when deciding whether to combine work and personal life into one Bullet […]

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Writing Wednesday: At what point does your journaling become too verbose to be useful?

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There’s a fine line between useful journaling, and writing too much. This line, of course, differs for everyone. Some examples of when it’s too much writing: Journaling feels like a chore. Journaling should be relaxing, mind-clearing, and/ or a useful record. When journaling feels like homework, you are more likely to quit. You end up […]

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Time management Monday: Taking on new roles

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This is a topic I touched on in one of the Daily Journaling Prompts for August that I want to expand on. If you are taking on new roles, how will you work them into your schedule? Maybe you’ve been promoted at work, or are taking on additional responsibilities. Maybe you are a leader in […]

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