My weekly journal setup is largely dependent upon my monthly spread. I tend to only fill out one week at a time, so that my daily pages can take up as much or as little space as they need. It is more detailed than my monthly spread, but less detailed that the daily pages, project […]
Following up on yesterday’s post, I want to talk a little bit about my monthly journal setup. This tends to be minimalist. It’s meant to be an at-a-glance overview of what’s going to happen and, later on, what has happened during the course of the month. Rather than have a lot of detail, it serves […]
Because people have asked, here’s an overview of my current journal setup. This is high-level. In future posts I’ll get into how I set up specific spreads, pages, and trackers. Note that this is also my main journal, because I also maintain separate journals with different layouts for specific projects. At the front I start […]
Years ago I started using a composition book as a day planner. The reason was because the Franklin planners that I’d used in the corporate world were too expensive. The company had always paid for them, but when I had to buy them myself they weren’t worth it. They were also a little bit intense […]
In this episode, Katie and Berin talk about frugality They discuss consumer culture versus the teaching do their own upbringing, where was was consider ethically, morally, and culturally wrong. There’s conversation about how recycling, upcycling, and reusing things requires creativity and critical thinking. Special Thanks Pertti Ankkuri Petri Nurmi Gary Weller Subscribe to Our Patreon […]
In this episode, Katie & Berin make is clear why she’s an academic and he’s a project manager. Discussion dances around organizing data, providing context for information, and orderly workflows.
Continuing my observations on the book Deep Work by Cal Newport, focusing on how your approach to social media impacts your productivity. The “any benefit” approach to social media justifies use based on the flimsiest potential advantages without weighting those gains against potential negatives. It doesn’t even acknowledge the negatives. You need to be looking […]