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Interesting monthly tracker approach from Lori McPherson in the Facebook Bullet Journal Junkies group - sharing with her permission! This one is for habits/personal items, but I could definitely see using this type of structure for repeated work tasks (e.g., client billing) too.
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I noticed something cool on the Hobo website (it's currently out of stock, but worth watching for!). +Pamela Bradley, this one's for you! It's a 24-hour circle stamp whereby you can fill in pieces of your daily "pie" to show project/time allocation.
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Just like +Megan Calcote I was close to ordering it earlier. By the time I decided to give it a try it was out of stock. I'm a little concerned about the thinness of a one hour wedge, but will probably order next year.
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If you're using the Hobo for traditional task-based Bullet Journaling (versus art or personal journaling) ... where do you keep your master list of MONTHLY tasks? 
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Monthly Grid: I am able to fit them
43%
Weeky Grid: E.g. on one wkly spread/mon.
0%
Daily Page/Spread: I ignore daily title
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Other solution (please comment!)
43%
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+Kelly Lynch​ yes I am, working better as I'm a weekly gal at heart, I think I'd have been better off either sticking to the BuJo or having a Hobonichi that shows the weekly layout... I feel exactly the same re future, but as I'm only using this for personal it's not too bad. For work I couldn't handle it I don't think. That's why I use Todoist because then the future stuff goes away and just floats back when I need it. I am due to get a new pocket Moleskine soon, I'm sure it is part of the reason I moved back 😊 as the Hobo would last all year... 
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Very exciting BuJo update tonight from +Ryder Carroll -- the staging server is up, for initial review by the +Kickstarter backers. Can't wait to test-drive it ... plus, it means the new website is one step closer!
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Website functionality, not Journal. 
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A very brand-centric question: Has anyone discovered a pen loop (or successful hack) for the Leuchtturm that fits a Coleto Hi-Tec C multibody pen?
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I ordered the Leuchtturm pen loop for my BulletJournal just last week. I use it with a Hi-Tec-C multipen! Fits great. :D
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So, my single biggest challenge right now -- I'm putting too many tasks on my daily page, and end up migrating half of it once key deadlines items are met. Clearly, I'm not managing my "weekly" properly if my "daily" is becoming the catch-all for what I WISH I could get done that day, versus what I CAN get done.

Any tips for keeping this aspect under control?  Perhaps what I need to do is put ONLY the "absolutely due today" items on the daily the night before, and then move items one by one from the weekly throughout the day? Thus far, I've tried to avoid going back-and-forth between weekly and daily all through the day (I find this distracting), but maybe this would work better. Any thoughts/advice would be much appreciated!
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I'd be writing so much +Cathy Lawson​ 😢 miss my work BuJo... It got to the point I was writing a page and a half of tasks per day, too much to manage. Hopefully after this summer I'll be able to move back to the BuJo with more people on the team and less busy that time of the year. 
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This is a cool idea for "tagging" your BuJo with keywords/categories -- check it out!
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I do this in my journal, and, inspired by DIYfish's Life Mapping system (link below), I also keep a bookmark-sized scrap of graph paper that has my tags on it. That way, I can precisely place my tag markers on the margins, even if the printed lines on the pages aren't consistent throughout the book.

http://www.wondereland.com/diyfish/all-about-life-mapping-system/
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Hello all! I have a question: do any of you use stamps (the ink-pad kind) in your Hobo? If so -- is there an issue w/ bleed through?
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Thanks for the tip, +Pamela Bradley! I see that Amazon has them in some variety packs.
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An even 3,500 members. WOW how this engaged group has grown!
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Would love to see more journal shares
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Question for the group: My monthly list of tasks far exceeds the space limits of just one one spread, using the traditional BuJo format of dates on the left, tasks on the right. If yours do as well -- how do you allot for the extra space needed? Do you leave an additional blank page when starting the month, or add it "en route"? (Or, something else entirely?)
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I usually have a Monthly spread, and then a separate Projects spread. This way I have more flexibility with the number of projects I take on, and I have the first week or so of the next month visible in my monthly spread.
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From Dorothy Gale in the Hobonichi Users group on Facebook ... pretty amazing; she took apart her Hobo and hole-punched the signatures to fit in her ring binder. The cool thing about it (to me) is that it would allow for a thinner "carry around" book as the whole year doesn't need to be included. Check it out!
“[Tap on image to hear the lovely song!] I did it. I performed surgery on my #hobonichi! The Cousin is used for work and work has reached the point of…”
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Here's my new Coleto Hi-Tec C multi pen -- four colors. I'll be experimenting with color-coding as well as testing 4 v 5 mm refills. And you were right, +Stephanie Cain -- a bit tight, but it fits in my Leuchtturm pen loop. ;-) 
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I love Coletos.  I use colored inks in mine and then match it up with a black ink fountain pen for the main writing.  Works like a charm. :)
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