Sketching to explain ideas. The Bulletjournalist - Bullet Journal. By:Kim Alvarez2 Comments I feel honored that Ryder kindly invited me to share my experience with the 100 days of Bullet Journal ideas project that I embarked on from early April to mid-July.
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How To Bullet Journal Using A Trello Board. If you haven’t heard, Bullet Journals are a fun addition to the productivity space.
They first came to prominence by the hyper-organized note takers (bless y’all), but truthfully they’re probably most beneficial for the more scatterbrained among us. Part organization system and part doodle pad, the Bullet Journal has become a staple for anyone juggling a myriad of tasks and projects (ahem...everyone). The bullet journal is designed to be a sophisticated, open format planner that helps its users with dates, checklists, and good old fashioned brain dumping.
It's often detailed and full of doodles. While the movement started as an “analog system for the digital age,” sharing of said notes and doodles with others has become a common need among bullet-ers. Hence, a digital Trello bullet journal workflow for your consideration: The Setup There are a ton of ways to structure the date breakdown, but for this one it’s going to be a Trello board for each month, and a list for each week.
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To insert and pull out the cards, it requires force, no matter how small it is, it creates stress. That's why superior Japanese stationery designs often put into considerations how to reduce user efforts. They call the practice "Universal Design". So I set out to do a simpler version by using two pieces of leather only. I also have a practice to carry a small notepad or Field Notes to capture to-do inputs temporarily before transferring them to GTD index cards. On the left hand side of the cover, I can put a notepad by inserting it to a slit, put blank GTD index cards in the pocket and insert a Field Notes. On the right hand side I can put two categories of index cards (Personal and Work) into different pockets. There is also a flap used as a bookmark or enclosure. The whole thing becomes more compact and functional. Scription: Hacking GTD Tabs And Index Cards Into Traveler's Notebook. The 5th anniversary edition Traveler's Notebook is way too attractive not to get.
But how am I gonna carry everything in it including my GTD index cards which I normally put into my mind.Depositor? Well first, if you don't know how to put 4 notebooks into the leather cover, check out this previous post. To put the 4 stacks of GTD index cards (next actions, project, waiting for and someday) into the notebook, first you use 2 pieces of thick paper cut to the size of the notebook refill cover, then insert them to one of the elastic bands just like you normally would do with a notebook refill. This will give you 4 pages/placeholders for the index cards. You can make the index cards more accessible by reducing the width of each page, the first page being the narrowest and so forth. The rest is just easy, using binder clips to clip each stack of index cards onto the corresponding pages.
Perhaps you've noticed an extra notebook on top of my Traveler's Notebook in the first image. Scription: Hacking GTD Tabs And Index Cards Into Traveler's Notebook.