I used to put everything into my Bullet Journal, but I’ve started to outgrow it. What does One Note do better than the trusty pen and paper? … More One Note vs Bullet Journals: Which one wins?
Here’s a breakdown of how and why I work with so much digital media, and when you’d be best off switching to a different device. … More The best way to work | Desktop vs laptop vs tablet vs mobile
What made Tuesday any different to Wednesday? What did I achieve or get done every day? A daily diary is a great way to make your days more memorable. … More Daily Diary | BuJo Basics
Next to planning ahead, batching activities is the #2 activity in saving time, getting organised, and feeling more productive every day. … More The brilliance of batching and why you should do it too
Importantly, my meals have to taste good and – generally – be healthy. You can’t guarantee that with ready meals and frozen pizzas. How can I ensure that I have something yummy, healthy and quick to cook?
Enter meal planning. … More A minimalist’s guide to mastering meal planning | BuJo Basics
I use a Bullet Journal to successfully build – and sustain – habits. Here’s how you can too: … More How to successfully build habits | BuJo Basics
Search your memories of the year gone by and I’m sure you’ll also discover the 20 lessons that you’ve learned, big or small, to reflect on. Here are the first 10 of mine. … More 20 things that I learned in 2020 – Part I | Deep Dive
You’re about to read the three key steps that I take in building a better Bullet Journal. It’s a minimalist approach that will free you up to focus on what you desperately need time for every day. … More Bullet journaling to success | Method to my madness
[3-minute read] The crux of my Bullet Journal is made up of daily insights, but these are informed by my weekly tasks. At the start of every week, I take a look at the long-term goals on my whiteboard, which I reassess every month, and transfer any that need doing that week. … More Creating consistency by Bullet Journaling | Dailies & Weeklies
[4-minute read] “Aiming low would be like appearing on Clarkson’s Who wants to be a Millionaire? and hoping to win a grand. It’s nice, but makes you wonder why you bothered going.” Here’s how my resolutions will be achievable this year. … More 3 Steps to Being a Better Me | Making your 2019 Resolutions Achievable