This graph is pretty slick. But it’s also helpful to keep it in the same place each month so you can compare them.
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On Analog Joe: Teaching Kids to Bullet Journal
If you have kids, then you know that they operate in the now. They don’t typically have the future looking mindset and the planning mindset to think past this exact moment. And, as parents, it’s our job to help them learn to delay gratification and teach them to plan ahead.
What Is It Like To Leave OmniFocus For Pen And Paper? [Webinar Recording]
A recording of the webinar from 20200918.
What Does It Look Like To Break Up Your Monthly Tasks? [#BuJoSpreadReview]
This has an interesting take on the Bullet Journal monthly task list.
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