A little flip through of my bullet journal. It’s getting organised quite nicely since moving from my Midori.
The very thing I like about the Midori could be its downfall in my journal set-up. The narrow size of the Traveller’s Notebook makes it unique and, for me, attractive to use. The ability to swap inserts is an additional feature, but not its primary lure for me.
The narrow notebooks are very neat but I am beginning to think I need a little more width. At times I want to write more. We’re not talking essay ‘more’ but a little extra would come in handy. And this is leading me to a new and troublesome thought…
What? No Darren! I thought you were happy. The Midori Darren relationship seemed strong and stable. Even the elastic bands haven’t been breaking and annoying you.
I know, that’s all true, but I need more from my primary journal and planner. I am seriously thinking of moving up to an A5 size and that will mean a Leuchtturm1917. It is probably time for a change… It has almost been two months – who said I am fickle.
So, Mr Andy Gray of onegraydot suggested in passing (on twitter actually) about having tabs in a bullet journal. I ponder this very thing in this week’s journal video among other things, like Lent, the new moon and … well, you can see for yourself.