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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 ♡

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


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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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


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.

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..."