I mentioned in my overview article about Dynalist that I keep my digital bullet journal using the app. In this follow-up article, I will be discussing a few specifics about how and why I've chosen Dynalist for this purpose. Note: The Bullet Journal system was developed by Ryder Carroll. I believe it is a trademark … Continue reading Dynalist for Bullet Journaling
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 … Continue reading My new Bullet Journal caddy
I've put together a new screencast video, but this time I'm talking about a day planner/organizer called NotePlan. This isn't the most comprehendible video ever made, but hopefully I've demonstrated how NotePlan works and how it might be used as a digital bullet journal. As I publish this, NotePlan is only available on MacOS, but … Continue reading New video about NotePlan as a digital bullet journal
I mentioned in this recent post that there is now available an actual Bullet Journal journal. So, of course, I had to order a copy, which arrived by mail the other day. It is manufactured by Leuchtturm1917, so the quality is evident to the touch. "Bullet Journal" is embossed on the cover, which is a … Continue reading Bullet Journal Journal!
I just got word that The Bullet Journal has a new official home page. Looks quite handsome and full of good information. Also, they are now selling a physical, 249 page bullet journal notebook for $20. Just FYI.
For the past 14 months or so I've been keeping a journal using the bullet journal method, which I wrote about here and here. During this time, I've found using a paper notebook quite fun and effective. I've been curious about how these same methods could be used with software on a computer and/or iPad. … Continue reading Using TheBrain as digital bullet journal
If I needed any proof that I was really committed to bullet journaling it has come in the form of a coffee mishap. About four weeks ago I managed to knock over my cup. I caught it before too much of the dark liquid spilled, but some of it managed to splash into the back … Continue reading Quick bullet journal update
I've written recently about my efforts to incorporate bullet journaling into my note-taking system. You can read about this here and here. As I mentioned in my second post, I am finding the paper notebook fun, handy and effective, more so than I expected. Many notes can live inside the notebook, without being transferred to other … Continue reading Bullet Journaling with Tinderbox
I wrote about adopting the bullet journal approach to capturing information in a previous post. I've now been using my bullet journal for over a month and it seems like a good time for an update. I am finding it way more fun and productive than I expected I would. Also, my skepticism about keeping … Continue reading Bullet Journal update
I've been intrigued by Bullet Journaling since I first heard about it last August. The person who conceived of the system, Ryder Carroll, explains it very well on the web site, so I won't try to give a full run down here. Essentially Bullet Journaling is a system for keeping track of your daily tasks … Continue reading Bullet Journaling