Bullet Journal Method Book + Leuchtturm Giveaway

I first discovered the bullet journal system in 2013 when Ryder Carroll first shared it. I stuck to it pretty rigidly and actually stopped using it until I rediscovered it in 2015. This time, the community had been established and people were making the system their own. With the freedom and being in a different … More Bullet Journal Method Book + Leuchtturm Giveaway

Scheduling All You Keep in Mind with Crystal

We continue with our guest series by talking about bigger picture about planning – this month with Crystal.  How to schedule all you keep in mind People struggle with getting everything done daily. While working, they usually face endless meetings, important assignments, or last-minute tasks. Many of them are busy all day long, but at … More Scheduling All You Keep in Mind with Crystal

Bullet Journal for a Clutter-Free Mind with @CindyWildflowers

Clutter is the bane of creativity and expression. I am talking about that intangible mess of to-do’s, checklists, notes and reminders that you keep in your head. For more than two years now, I have been free of that chaos and it is, oh, so liberating! They now live between the pages of my bullet journal and my book of collections in an orderly manner. I’ve gained so much useful capacity just by decluttering my mind. Learn more about Cindy’s bullet journaling philosophy today! … More Bullet Journal for a Clutter-Free Mind with @CindyWildflowers

My January 2018 Set Up

It’s about time I shared what I’m doing these days for a bullet journal set up! As with most processes, the beginning is full of rapid experimentation and figuring out what works. Once you find those pieces, they become more consistent and you move into a more refining and tweaking process. So now that I’ve been using the bullet journal system for nearly 3 years, I have been tweaking rather than making huge changes to get this system perfect for my needs (at the moment) – so here’s a quick update of where I’m at. … More My January 2018 Set Up