I love the bujo system as it can keep you with one book however, it still requires a level of discipline to regularly review your week to migrate dates and such to the monthly calendar.
I have concluded that as much as i love the idea of a one book system i need a workflow that forces me to review and allows be to better Plan my time and tasks.
I have opted to try the Hobonichi Cousin (starts in December) as my planner and to keep a separate notebook as an inbox/commonplace book.
I am excited to see how it works out.
Every time I feel dissatisfied with my Bullet Journal, it's because the future planning isn't working for me.
I have three large projects (2 personal, 1 at work) and I'm using Google Calendar right now for the specific task deadline planning (almost like a Gantt chart?), but I keep getting frustrated that I can't look at it in my Bullet Journal.
I know there are lots of articles about this issue -- Barry Morris and Eddy Hope have both written posts about it, and I know there are lots of others. But so far I haven't found anything that really works for me.
I'm starting to think I should try a Hobonichi or a Quo Vadis Textagenda for my Bullet Journaling, so I'll have the best of both worlds. I've loved looking at 's posts about the Hobo.
Anyone else have a suggestion?
I give my definition of a strong female character, based on what I like to read and the characters I write about in my fantasy. IMO, a strong female character is a female character who is fully realized and has agency in her own story.
I also provide several examples of some of my favorites, like Eowyn, Katniss, Hermione, Paksenarrion, and more.
How do you define a strong female character? What are some of your favorites?
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I have three cats, which I'm well aware fits the definition of crazy cat lady. Their names are Eowyn, Strider, and Eustace.
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