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I’ve added in links to the systems that I’ve used, so please use the same courtesy for mine. Thanks again for all the blog love :) To continue with the nerd-out, I’m posting how I use my bullet journal system. Behold my bullet journal at its current state: I’ve had this sucker for a few months now. For a group of important pages, I use an origami bookmark and write what it is on the front. The bullet journal system uses an index, which also involves numbering pages, and since not all notebooks come with numbered pages, this means handwriting each one. Journaling as Reflective Learning. The Anarchist Library. Internet History Sourcebooks Project.
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