Ok, I've been having some issues with my time management line lately and I've been trying to find a solution. Basically, some tasks/events take less than an hour to do, but I couldn't note it down in those little boxes.
It's no secret how much we love the versatility of the bullet journal. If something doesn't work, change it. It's the customization to our busy life. That's what I had to face when I started my April's monthly spread. When I looked at my Calendex and Fut
Sometimes bullet journaling feels like (and at the beginning, primarily is) a humongous experiment on figuring out what works. trying things out (which is what I think I'm doing here with this weekly spread) and then reconfiguring or polishing a layout.
chic-studies: “ My weekly spread for my bullet journal! It’s the first week of the spring quarter, so I’m going to go by what week of the quarter it is. Also, ignore the wrinkly pages as water got on this notebook and I have to get a new one!