Here is what my 2 Field Notes system looks and hopefully functions like. I'm using a simple cover and 2 Field Notes Sized books. It is very thin and fits well in my hip pocket. The left side book is for calendars and planning out in the future. I do rely more on Google Calendar, … Continue reading What My 2 Book Modified Bullet Journal Looks Like
I know that I’m probably the only person who has ever made a decision about planning materials/supplies/systems that turns out to be wrong. Since I am, please indulge me and read along so that you can avoid the same sort of mistake. One of the real keys for any planning system for me is that … Continue reading What If I’m Wrong?
I thought I would make a post to share my current (evolving) planner set-up. I want to make sure I can always have the tools I need accessible at all times in order to be most effective, but I don’t want too much stuff. My first posts in this blog showed a traditional sized traveler’s … Continue reading Planner Set-up
I first became aware of values based planning around 1982 when I sat in on my first time management workshop as a Colorado FFA Association officer. The presenter led a group of student leaders through an abbreviated version of the DayTimer Time Power seminar created by Charles R. Hobbs. One of the things that really … Continue reading Values based planning
I only used the traveler's notebook for less than a month. It simply was too big for me to consistently carry. I returned to my Field notes and continue to use Field Notes as my bullet journal. The small size is something that I will carry and I think that having a planner … Continue reading End of Year Update
Here is a new attempt at a monthly calendar with a habit tracker for the month. I have a few things that I want to make sure I do every day such as prayer, Bible reading, other readings. I tried the 'official' bullet journal method of listing the dates down one side of the left … Continue reading Monthly layout with a habit tracker