My new Bullet Journal caddy

I have recently recommitted myself to using a paper notebook for bullet journaling. For the past couple of years I’ve been using Dynalist, a nice web application for this purpose for maintining a bullet journal-like outline of my days. It works well, but I missed a paper journal for reasons I may get into in another post.

One of the things I wanted to find for my bullet journal is a way to carry pens, my ruler and my notebook that was convenient and not bulky. Call this my Bullet Journal caddy. In the following video, I describe the solution I came up with.

The small Cafe Bag-sized Freudian Slip is available from American bag maker Tom Bihn. Be sure to order the small Cafe Bag-sized Freudian Slip.

For more on The Bullet Journal Method and Ryder Carroll’s new book, go here.

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4 comments

  1. Excellent suggestions, Stephen. While I don’t currently use the Freudian Slip, I do carry my iPad and Bujo in a small cafe bag and it’s perfectly right-sized for the task. Fun to see you are a TB-fan (I am too!).

    1. Hi, Beck,

      I’m sorry I’m late in approving your comment and responding. It never occurs to me that people are reading and reacting. What I like about the Freudian Slip is that I can “slip” it into whatever bag I’m using at the time. Thanks for reading and commenting!

    2. Beck, I recently watched your Tinderbox/Zettlekasten videos. They are wonderful. I am going to create a post directing people to the your page. Thank you.

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