The Bullet Journal Method Book Club
I created this book club for the community as a way to slow down to take in and analyze Ryder’s points in each section of his book. We’ll discuss a different part of it each week in 2019.
The Weekly Reading Plan. Planned by me and written by Dee.
13. Tasks: 67-70
14. Events: 71-75
15. Notes: 76-79
29: Goals: 150 - 165
31: Time: 175 - 182
- Corresponds to Decluttering your Mind, pages 34-41 (Week 6)
- Corresponds to Bullets, pages 65-66 (Week 12)
- Created by Trine (@logthatlife)
Ryder answers questions from our book club.
About the hosts.
I created the book club because I wanted to discuss Ryder’s book and realized there was no such place to talk about it online. Thus, the idea to create a book club and discuss the book, section by section, and help others along the way arose. The fact that there were just enough sections to cover the whole year was a great coincidence.
Dee joined the book club early on when I invited her to the book club’s Facebook group when I created it. I considered the idea of having others join as co-hosts to share their thoughts and perspectives and she wanted to be part of it, which I am delighted about and grateful for. She lends a lot of her handwriting and thoughtfulness to the weekly discussions.
Donna is incredibly active in the book club, constantly sharing her thoughts and helping others out. She signed up to be a co-host and is greatly thoughtful in her contributions.
Heidi is well-versed with the Bullet Journal and contributes her handwriting and discussion points occasionally.
Trine is another long-time Bullet Journal enthusiast who contributes discussion points and worksheets from time to time.
Guest hosts are those who we invite every so often to share their thoughts on that week’s discussion.
I am grateful to everyone who has been interested in the book club and shares their input!