As I imagined, posting on the blog got away from me! Transitioning into the semester from the summer kicked my ass so I’ve been trying to re-strategize – look for more on that later.
Looking through the #PlanWithMeChallenge Instagram challenge I was floored by the genius in this community – of course I knew this going in, but the ideas you all shared have inspired me to try some new things. I decided to share a few of my favorites:
What I love about this method is that you always maintain momentum on your projects day to day, week to week.
Another fun way to use those post-its I’m sure we all have around somewhere – I love that she went back and noted when she accomplished that goal!
I’m always a victim of procrastination – this one question would be so helpful when I get overwhelmed and scattered.
This is one of probably all of our favorite techniques – the “rapid log” or “brain dump” – often I’ll get scattered on weekends and need a master list of my intentions to get strategic about the best way to tackle it all.
And this because I LOVE her headers and her pages. And because she’s a new mom and deserves hella applause.
And because I just love the way her layouts look!
So there you have it – some awesome ideas that you might be inspired to try. Putting together October now, so I’ll see you soon!
Jessica is.a Minnesotan handlettering artist, leadership educator, and bullet journal blogger. She is passionate about working with people to uncover their personal power and potential through connection, creative planning, and calligraphy. You can find her at a local ice cream shop, teaching, on Instagram (@prettyprintsandpaper)
Jessica, I was wondering if you could give me your opinion on bujo use? Jenifer
Date: Mon, 28 Sep 2015 02:47:16 +0000 To: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sure, Jenifer! What are you wondering about specifically?
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