I am determined to get all of my stuff organized this year. There is a great book that I found on Amazon, organize now, by Jennifer Ford Berry. The thing I really love about this book is that it is broken up in to weeks. There is a project for every week of the year, …
adapted the DIYFish life mapping system – orange for daily pages, blue for collections, and green for journal entries. This is basically making a coloured marking on the edge of the page to correspond with the category it’s in. For example, every time I write a daily to do page, I mark the edge of the page with orange. The life-mapping “key” is written on the front and backs of the books for easy referencing.
Bullet Journal: Basically, if you are a list-writer? This is for you. It’s just a method to organize all of your lists into one book so that you’ll always have them with you. It’s so simple, it’s genius.
bullet journal adapted. The other thing that stock Bullet Journal was missing for me was a way to keep track of items that I was waiting for others to take action on. This is the classic @waiting context in Getting Things Done parlance.
Bullet Journal: An analog note-taking system for the digital age - Is a brilliant method and would be fantastic for my ongoing "brain dump" that currently ends up scattered all over with random post-its. The "migrated" indicator could be used when tasks have been moved into the "permanent" system.