Planning and the False Sense of Accomplishment

Planning and the False Sense of Accomplishment

A false sense of accomplishment is when we spend a good chunk of time planning and then feel 'accomplished' because of the effort that it took to plan. We think that we've been productive when in reality we've only put a plan together.

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The 8 Stages of the Bullet Journal Addiction

The 8 Stages of the Bullet Journal Addiction

Over time I've seen many new Bullet Journalists fly into a series of stages when it comes to finding their footing with the Bullet Journal. Sometimes all the stages are taken, sometimes they dive into one and jump around, some skip some of the stages altogether. It is really pretty fascinating seeing these occur, so I thought it'd be fun to share my observations with you.

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My Number One Tip for the Bullet Journal

My Number One Tip for the Bullet Journal

The Bullet Journal is a wonderful system, one that can sometimes seem deceptively simple. Because of this, it's important to keep the following tip in mind in order to get the most out of your Bullet Journal. 

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