Thanks +Johnny McClung
. I was thinking of doing something similar but didn't have all the mechanics worked out in my head. I think you've got a good approach there.
One thing I also agree with is migrating on a weekly basis. It's a great way to re-enforce the weekly review process!
Some modifications to the Bullet Journal that I've made so far include the following:
- Starting each week with a 2 page spread. In it, I have a section for my weekly goals as well as a section for each day with the tasks related to that day. So far I've only been writing the heading for the day I'm on because I don't know what (or how much) is coming my way that day. This also acts as a quasi-inbox of all my tasks. Most will get done that week but some will carry over to the following week.
- Separate section for all future months. I put major upcoming events in there and those 'big' things that I need to be aware of and that are slightly 'down the road'
- Added a time stamp to the major note entries along with a heading. This usually relates to meetings I've had and major events during the day. Helps to frame the events of the day when I review my notes.