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10 Bullet Journal Instagram accounts to follow

My favorite place to look for inspiration for my Bullet journal is on Instagram. I love to browse the layouts, spreads and colorful pictures in my feed for hours on end. I thought it might be fun to share with you the top 10 Bullet journal Instagram accounts to follow according to yours truly! Let’s jump in! Brian Qian Youtuber and Instagrammer Brian Qian, also known by StudywithInspo, is one of my favorite Bullet journalists to follow. I love his doodles and soft designs, especially his floral drawings!   OurJourneyinjournals Mae-Mae Han’s fee is super fun, very colorful, and features pretty brush lettering. If you’re into this kind of journaling, check her out! j.creas I love Janika’s feed, especially for the interesting collection ideas she shares! She’s journaling in french like me and her spreads are fun and pretty.   Leuchtturm 1917 Our friends over at Leuchtturm 1917 have a great Instagram account! Their feed features bullet journalists from all over and inspire us sharing other ways to use our planners.   Gardensanctuaryjournaling Elisabeth’s account not only features Bullet journals, […]

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Get rid of Chronic Forgetfulness with Zachary Sexton

Zachary Sexton

In last week’s blog post, I shared a new productivity system I’ve been trying out for a while, the Personal Kanban, which has dramatically changed the way I approach work and life. I’ve been introduced to this system by one of my productivity super heroes, Zachary Sexton, formerly host of the Asian Efficiency podcast. He graciously accepted to come over this week and share a bit more about Personal Kanban and some of his best productivity advices. Here’s the transcript of this exciting interview! Can you introduce yourself and your background, your why and how you are living it at the moment? “I am a writer, podcaster, teacher, meditator, skier and non-recovering business, caffeine and productivity junkie. I live in Austin, TX with my fiancée Nikida and two dogs, Gus and Morty.” Zack graduated college in 2009 with a degree dual degree in Business and Economics. He then spent a year in Washington DC working as a Senate aide. He also taught math in Denver Public Schools for 2 years. He eventually burned out. Took a year to explore ‘who am I’ […]

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Personal Kanban : a new way to approach life and work

personal kanban

While listening to one of my favorite podcasts recently, I’ve been introduced to a productivity system that is radically different from the traditional to-do list; the Personal Kanban. I was immediately intrigued by this system and decided to try it for myself. I must say that it has dramatically changed the way I approach work and life and I just had to share it with you guys. What is a kanban The Kanban methodology is very popular in product and software development after it has been popularized by the automobile empire Toyota. A kanban is a type of billboard with different columns. Some people use a whiteboard, others use a digital software, others use their office walls in lieu of a kanban, any surface with columns will do. You can even divide a page in your Bullet journal and use it as your kanban. The traditional Personal Kanban uses 3 columns : to-do, doing and done. The principle is simple. When you get a task, or project to accomplish, write it on a post-it note and stick it in the […]

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How to start a Bullet Journal

Maybe you’ve been lurking around on the blog before, or browsing Pinterest and Instagram, and have seen the beautiful notebooks everybody seems to be lugging around that they call a Bullet Journal. You’re intrigued and would like to start one, but you’re feeling overwhelmed by all the information floating around, a bit intimidated by the beautiful things people are coming up with, and you don’t know where to start. Here’s what this guide is for : helping you get rid of the overwhelm, and teaching you in concrete steps how to start a Bullet Journal. Let’s jump in! Start at the source If you haven’t already, the first place to start if you want your own Bullet Journal is directly at the source. The creator of the Bullet Journal system is called Ryder Carroll and he created a website describing the method in details. The first thing you should do is check out the Official Bullet Journal video. I’ll be waiting for you while you do that! Start with just a few basics All you need to start a Bullet […]

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