VIDEO: Bullet Journal Plan With Me Week 1

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  1. If only I could write that fast…My question is–I like the format of a weekly To Do list rather than a daily (or in addition to a daily), BUT what if you have larger, long-term things listed out on your To Do list? I am using, quite loosely, the Bullet Journal system at work and my To Do list is filled with bigger projects as well as daily accomplishable things. Ideas? Thoughts?

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    1. I would say that it depends. Do these tasks belong on a collection somewhere? I know that if I had my home improvement tasks, long term projects, semester long tasks, etc. all on my daily to-do list, I’d go crazy. For me, it’s better to keep the little things and the day-to-day things together on my daily page and save the long term items on their own lists. Is this wasteful? Well, I think of it this way: when hubsy and I begin to shift our focus to home improvement projects well hey I’ve got that whole list right here. Aside from then, I don’t want to be staring at those glaringly huge tasks every day. So I wait until dedicated time for that topic and then I go to the page on which I keep that topic’s task. Did that bring any clarity? It’s all up to how you use your bujo and the best thing for you.

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      1. That does bring clarity–I would say that my fear is forgetting about those collections and never working on them. Maybe that’s a fault of discipline rather than list/collection making? I used a spread by bohoberry to help align my big projects with which quarters I aim to have them completed by–so I wonder if there is a happy Medium or if I should simply set a calendar reminder to check my Goals Collection to make sure I am working on the larger projects regularly. Thank you for your input!

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