Bullet Journaling in your Planner Part 2: Monthly Log and Future Log

Welcome to the second post in our new series demonstrating how to use the bullet journal method in your planner! In the first post I showed you how to do your Daily Log. Other elements of the Bullet Journal method are the Monthly Log and the Future Log. When bullet journaling in an undated notebook, […]

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Bullet Journaling in your Planner Part 1: Daily Log

Welcome to the first post in our new series demonstrating how to use the bullet journal method in your planner! A common complaint among bullet journalers is there is too much time spent setting up your notebook for bullet journaling. One of the advantages of using a planner for bullet journaling is there is no […]

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Time management Monday: Penny’s combination of digital and paper planning

Today Penny tells us how she combines digital and paper planning! I prefer to think on paper, but I work in a digital world. I wasn’t surprised by the results of the paper vs electronic planning poll. While my fingers can touch type much faster than I write, by combining both systems I can work […]

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How Penny uses her Quo Vadis planner along with her Rhodia Goalbook

Today’s post is cross-posted here on Quo Vadis blog and also on Rhodia Drive. Penny shows us her absolutely brilliant system for using her Quo Vadis Principal weekly planner along with her Rhodia Goalbook! Thank you so much Penny! I know that the allure of one book to rule them all is an enticing one. […]

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Gifts for writers and bullet journalers!

Looking for that perfect gift for the writer or bullet journaler in your life (or maybe as a special treat for yourself)? Look no further! Habana notebooks are perfect for writers. They are elegant and luxurious, and make a very special journal, scrapbook, art book, or daily notebook. They come in large or pocket size, […]

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Writing Wednesday: Should you start a new notebook in the new year, or use up your old one?

This is a debate I see often online: Should you use up your current notebook (your bullet journal, personal journal, or other notebook) to the very last page even if it goes into next year, or should you finish your notebook at the end of the year (even if it’s not completely full) and start […]

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