I’ve had some crazy weeks the last couple of weeks (I had 3 book releases in 3 weeks, which is not something I should have done, but time management and guessing how much time I’d need for things was a little off), but, there have been a couple of things that really helped me out… Continue reading Tips For Planning and Productivity For People Who Are Easily Distracted
I’ve been seriously into planning and planners and all things stationery related for a year and a half now. Today I want to share with you four things that made my life so much easier when I found out about them. They seriously changed my planner happiness (and perfection)!!
You know, you’d almost think there was such a thing as a life outside of the internet. Anyway, it’s been a few weeks since my last post and I’ve been wanting to give an update on how and if I’m using my Hobonichi (yes, I am) and especially show off a few things I’ve been doing. So, even though this isn’t a video as most more sophisticated people do, here is a flip through of my Hobonichi for about the first 3 weeks of January 2017.
I know that I was supposed to post about my planner choices earlier this month, and since I gave reviews of both the 365 Everyday Planner and the Slow and Steady planner, I was expecting to do that. But both planners had things that I didn’t enjoy, so, against my better judgement, I ordered a… Continue reading New Planner (3) Hobonichi Techo Cousin 2017 [unboxing and review]
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.
An important part of the Bullet Journal system is the Index or Table of Contents at the beginning of the book. Because the idea is to take the next page in your notebook for every idea you have, things can get confusing fast. These ideas can also be used in other notebooks and systems.