Another two planner week for me this week.
Once again, I used my Midori as my bullet journal, and my Filofax personal as more of a memory planner.
I do like using the Filofax as a bit of a memory planner but I do find on days where I don’t really do much they end up being pretty empty looking hence why usual planner items crept in – credit card payments and blog post dos for example. This was just add a bit of colour from the stickers mainly.
My bullet journal again has worked brilliantly for all my millions of little to dos each week. However, while I’ve kept on top of this week’s tasks, some of the other ‘stuff’ has fallen in the cracks. Because I’ve literally been using the bujo as a rapid logger/one big to do list I didn’t really make any provision for appointments and things like birthdays. I don’t want to look at two planners (my Filofax has some of that stuff in) and I’m not sure how to work that kind of stuff into my bujo without losing that logging element. Some bits of the bujo I’ve loved have been the list down the right hand side – this week I filled it with all the stickers I needed to print and cut. Also I had space for two little extra lists which were super useful: my IG posts for the week and some meal planning.
I’m not too sure what I’m going to do next week. I love my bujo but it’s not completely working for me – I need somewhere to include appointments and actually a bit of memory keeping. I feel like I need to keep the Filofax but add more space for quick note taking, but I love using the bullet journal method. Bullet journaling in my Filofax perhaps??
If you’ve been in a similar predicament… please drop any advice below!
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