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{Day 1}: #planwithmeaugust "Figure out my planner needs". The reason why I am doing the challenge. To bullet journal or to Filofax. That is the question. The only thing I've figured out today is I need a monthly spread. I intend to plan August in my bullet journal. Bye Bye Mable. For now ♡

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from Bullet Journal

Time Ladder

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 pag

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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 Future Planning (yes, I use both), I realized that I wouldn't be able to fit everything into my usual monthly spread. Therefore, I had to create a new one last night. I decided to combine key elements of Calendex, Future Planning, traditional…

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Kara

Kara | Boho Berry @boho.berry #planwithmechalle...Instagram photo | Websta (Webstagram)

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from Teachers Pay Teachers

It's About Time (Circle Graph of a Week in One's Life)

Supplement lessons on fractions, decimals, and percents with this three-step activity. 1. students log the time spent daily in 14 categories of activities

from Instructables.com

The Hard Part

Instructables robot

Interestingly, on a true vertical log plot, I think the Eiffel Tower's sides really would be straight lines.

Interestingly, on a true vertical log plot, I think the Eiffel Tower's sides really would be straight lines.

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from BBC News

An all-natural animal orchestra

[Soundscape before and after logging] "A landscape may look healthy, but how does it sound, and what does that say about how its wildlife is doing?.. in a pristine place, animals, insects, birds and reptiles have each found a niche - their own frequency in which they can communicate to each other and be heard above everything else. By creating a spectrogram - a graph of the soundscape created by plotting time against frequency - he's able to see the patterns that natural sound forms..."