And then, over the past six weeks my bullet journal has expanded to hold not only my daily tasks and charts of where I am on ebook covers, and lists of appointments, but also my travel log from the cruise, a daily log of the conference I was on, a page (so far just one) to small daily sketches that I've set up to get myself in the habit of drawing at least once a day, packing lists, a generic Things I Want list (so whenever we get a bit of extra money I can look at that to see what I want to put it towards...unexpected dental work this month, no extra stuff right now!), and even, just now, notes from my Skyrim playthrough, I have come to realize that these things are a reflection of something with a long tradition that's at least several hundred years old...they're freaking commonplace books!
WHY DID THIS NOT OCCUR TO ME BEFORE?
So now, all I have to say is...
(Seriously...there's some pretty cool-looking decorative washi tape out there right now. I suggest looking it up. I draw the line at daily affirmations, however, unless they're suitably irreverent. I've got to maintain my cynical exterior somehow.)
* I've been looking for examples of people who structure their professional office work in bullet journals and planners. There's an interesting lack of that out there, but probably because it doesn't lend itself well to artistic crafty design, just boring pages of lists nobody wants to see.
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