I am pretty sure I posted this before, but I really like this spread in my #bujo - the filled-in hearts mean that I've signal boosted the story and it's posted; the empty hearts are in draft/scheduled mode or not yet signal boosted.
JetPens posted an overview of the Roterfaden Taschenbegleiter Organizer System (honestly, it's a fancier Traveler's Notebook). Luckily, I cannot afford one: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4RnUDFgzx4E
Lastly, MissTrenchcoat on planner mistakes: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pHoQuw10HKo
I've been wondering about this a while, and just mentioned it in another thread, so I'm going to #askmastodon: Recommend a compact notebook (Field Notes or Moleskine pocket size) that will fit in a back pocket but is sturdy enough to not get all crumpled and beat up from being constantly sat upon.
#bulletjournal people: Paperchase now does 'Agenzio' notebooks with dot grid and pre-numbered pages. £12, so slightly cheaper than Leuchtturm. The book is slightly larger and the grid is slightly smaller.
Stock in physical shops may be iffy so it's probably worth ordering online.
I bought one but as I've already started migrating to a new Leuchtturm1917 it may be a while before I can report back.
Let's see, what should I put in an #introduction?
I'm in my thirties, live in #Cologne, #Germany, and like #birds and #nature and #fantasy #writing and #art. I run an occasional #RPG round, the system is #TDE (English version of the German #DSA)
I'm a #programmer, but I don't talk about tech here much and definitely don't prosetylize about OS or programming language choice.
Stuff I mention here includes #FlightRising and #bulletjournal.
I'm on the #asexual spectrum. Pronoun she or they.
I still don't use it for work planning, but I've been adding these little weekend goals lists to my daily journaling. Sunday was my birthday so I put a hot bath on the list, then I felt bad when I wound up playing a video game late enough into the evening that I didn't take a bath. I felt somewhat better after crossing the item off the list rather than checking it off, but overall, not the best emotional experience.
#PlanWithMe - My #bulletjournal setup for this week. I simplified the layout for the week overview where I listed all weekdays, not drawing a frame around each weekday name, but just drawing lines between the day, in regular pencil if the following day is a workday, in green colourpencil if I don't have to work.
Stuff ON a particular day (which rubbish bin gets emptied, special offers at discounters) gets written into the day, and at the top is a bit of room for to-dos to do "at some point"
#HeyPlanet Good things this week?
I received the enamel pins from this Kickstarter in the mail, and they are gorgeous, particularly the atlas and tiger moths https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/443167478/night-takes-wing-moth-enamel-pins
RPG session on Wednesday was fun! And there were cats that let me pet them ^_^
I saw birds! I made people laugh! The pond in the nearest park got de-algaed! I went to a new-to-me place for lunch today and it was good!
(I've been writing at least one thing that made me happy into my #bulletjournal each day.)
#BulletJournal folks, what do you use your monthly spreads for?
I'm using mine as Future Logs, but also as trackers (mostly health stuff, but I'm thinking about adding mood and maybe writing/working). Oh, and to help me remember major liturgical dates, when certain novenas start, etc.
Hello, #planner Mastodon! It's already the last day of April! A full third of the year has passed already, wth 😲
How are you doing? Have you already started planning for the coming month? I'm feeling so very very guilty about being ridiculously behind on everything (including planning, lol) that it's becoming harder and harder to start... So I guess it's time for me to share some resources that have helped me in the past (and perhaps even, uh, use them?)!
Here is my Current Stories Posting chart to keep track of stories that I have put up for Cal to schedule.