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Great Plan for Garage Shelf! | Do It Yourself Home Projects from Ana White | Woodworking plans | Pinterest

Great Plan for Garage Shelf! | Do It Yourself Home Projects from Ana White | Woodworking plans | Pinterest

Fastener pattern in 2x4 frame of workbench.

Fastener pattern in 2x4 frame of workbench.

Storage Tower - modify tree 3x3 with these extras

Storage Tower - modify tree 3x3 with these extras

José Naranja #journal #moleskine http://naranjaproducciones.blogspot.co.uk/?m=1 i like the detail in this but it is perhaps too complex for my timescale

José Naranja #journal #moleskine http://naranjaproducciones.blogspot.co.uk/?m=1 i like the detail in this but it is perhaps too complex for my timescale

http://studyrose.tumblr.com/

http://studyrose.tumblr.com/

journaling, i think

journaling, i think

Sierra Trek 2012 Journal  by Kolby Kirk  ( http://www.thehikeguy.com/2012/12/01/sierra-trek-2012-journal/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=sierra-trek-2012-journal )

Sierra Trek 2012 Journal by Kolby Kirk ( http://www.thehikeguy.com/2012/12/01/sierra-trek-2012-journal/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=sierra-trek-2012-journal )

For the journal entries she used Uni Signo 0.38 and kaweko EF fountain pen. For the Birthday title she used Le Pen. // jennie.pae

For the journal entries she used Uni Signo 0.38 and kaweko EF fountain pen. For the Birthday title she used Le Pen. // jennie.pae

Get lists off tumblr and write them down in a notebook.

Get lists off tumblr and write them down in a notebook.

When I need some hyper-organisation to my day, and a task list just doesn’t cut it, I’ve been using a “time ladder.” I didn’t coin the term ‘time ladder’ and this is an idea inspired by the likes of Bill Westerman and DIYFish. I use the next available page, rule two lines down the middle of the page, write the times in between the two lines, and then assign meetings, appointments, etc. to the right of the page, and tasks and notes to the left side of the page.

When I need some hyper-organisation to my day, and a task list just doesn’t cut it, I’ve been using a “time ladder.” I didn’t coin the term ‘time ladder’ and this is an idea inspired by the likes of Bill Westerman and DIYFish. I use the next available page, rule two lines down the middle of the page, write the times in between the two lines, and then assign meetings, appointments, etc. to the right of the page, and tasks and notes to the left side of the page.