Bullet Journal Links Each week I provide you with the most memorable and useful links I come across in researching how to boost productivity with Bullet Journal.
Here are this week’s links:
- Bullet Journal for iPad? Wait a minute…did I just write ‘for iPad? Yes, I did. Danya Smith wrote about using a digital app called Paper by 53 to convert her Bullet Journal to her iPad that carries more often than a notebook. Check it out here. Thanks, Danya!
- Collection Ideas. Sam writes a Tumblr blog called Iconic Procrastination. In a recent post, he listed 22 Bullet Journal Pages You Could Start in 2015. I think rather than pages, they’re a good starting point for new collections.
- Pros and Cons. Dori over at DoriDoesLife.WordPress.com listed the positives and negatives she encountered during her recent experimentation with Bullet Journal. I love here reference to no longer wanting to write ‘like a seven year-old boy.’ Check it out here, and thanks to Dori!
- Staying Relevant. Tom Hazledine talks about how Bullet Journal is a system that stays relevant amidst a world of short-term to-dos and how it helps give his freelance days a much needed structure. Thanks, Tom!
If you’ve got some cool links to share, please list them in the comment section below!