Apart from the official Bullet Journal website, a number of resources have guided me in getting going on the “bujo” journey.
- http://zpalexander.com/blog/my-take-on-the-bullet-journal/ — a really thoughtful and worthwhile read on starting a bullet journal
- http://studdiction.tumblr.com/post/107165533673/sweetstudyblr-bullet-journal-its-a-simple — picture-based guide to the key elements
- http://www.annesamoilov.com/bullet-journaling-for-business-productivity/ — also summarises the system, but from the perspective of a small business owner
- http://jasonmcdermott.net/2015/productivity/one-month-bullet-journal/ — overview of the system plus usage with small notebooks; handling projects as collections
- http://recycledandrecounted.blogspot.co.za/2015/11/bullet-journal-22-days.html — a simple approach using a series of notebooks; plus hints on managing a big project
- http://www.tamingdata.com/2014/02/02/33-days-later-an-update-on-my-use-of-the-bullet-journal-method-task-tracking-system/ — practical examples of how paper increases productivity
- http://barrymorris.net/get-more/ — tips to make you think about why you need or want to use a bullet journal
- http://scottnesbitt.info/2014/01/08/bullet_journal/ — an example of where the author has stripped down the bullet journal approach so much, I am not sure it qualifies any more?
- http://www.rocketcitymom.com/bullet-journaling-in-the-new-year/ — shows interesting ways that calendars can be tweaked; contains very practical tips
- http://markforster.squarespace.com/autofocus-system/ — a useful method for processing long lists of tasks…
- http://www.thehomelearner.com/day-14-how-i-set-up-my-bullet-journal-back2school-in-31days/ — useful encouragement and tips (plus a pointer to the dash/plus system)
- http://randalmatheny.com/bullet-journal/ —a personal account of a positive impact on daily life, including spiritual “tasks”
- https://blog.todoist.com/2016/02/09/pen-and-paper-productivity/ — the psychology behind why writing with pen and paper is still effective
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