I posted about my author planner yesterday, but that is only half of my work process. The other half are layouts or spreads in my daily Bullet Journal. So, this is a post about those pages that let me get work done on a day-to-day base.
Since we’re going into the new year, I’ve been reviewing my planner systems. One thing that I’ve been seeing a lot of is people trying to find new ways to perfect their planning systems. In a lot of author communities I’ve also seen the need to get to see some author planners, so here is mine.
Apparently good things like to happen together, and today that is a beautiful stack of envelopes with stickers and other planning thingies!
Today is all about traveling, I’m leaving London and going back home. I’m tired, and cold and probably a day away from catching some bug. But here are some thoughts about the weekend and the week ahead.
As a companion post to yesterday’s Author’s Travel Kit, today I’m talking about my planner travel kit.
Day two, and since I’m not at home and don’t have all my pics here for some of the posts I’d like to do I’m writing about one of the things I do have with me, my author travel kit. There are a couple of things that I always have with me when I go… Continue reading Holidailies 2: Author Travel Kit
So, before I go to bed tonight (it’s 8.30 pm here right now) I wanted to share how I make my weekly planner in my bullet journal and how this incorporates my life as an author. It’s going to be quite a lot of pictures, but that’s what sharing weeklies is all about. The… Continue reading Bullet Journal Weekly Planning week 39