Update on my bullet journal, including the weekly review and some serious thinking about moving everything, I mean everything, into one journal!
“the moment you start to drift, get out of the water”
I have been drifting, without intent, for far too long
I wouldn’t be much of a journal addict and stationery nerd if I didn’t mention National Stationery Week. The 24th April to 30th April is the aforementioned… mmm… week. The week works around World Stationery Day, which is on 26th April.
It’s a celebration of all things stationery, with an emphasis on the non-digital. So pens, pencils, paper and procrastination can all join lovingly together. Well, perhaps not procrastination, but I was on an alliterative roll.
Not sure if I will post anything else about it. I was thinking of doing my top five pieces of stationery, but that could be a little like watching ink dry. I’ll see how things go, I’m quite busy (surprisingly) but wanted to support it in some way.
This is not to be confused with National Stationary Week which normally occurs on or around Christmas Eve to New Years’ Day.
n: the abolition of all non-functioning planner and journal systems and the organisation of planning and journaling on a voluntary and/or cooperative basis without recourse to force or compulsion.
If the system isn’t working
find a new system
Years back I was an active member on DIY planner. Ever since I can remember I have used journals, tried to plan my time and doodled, written and drooled over notebooks and stationery. I have an indie, alternative and punk heart for anti-establishment and non-traditional stuff. I am generation X. Form follows function, but form can have attitude, style and use whatever elements are available.
I do what I love.
Be a planning anarchist
Seek, locate, deconstruct and do what works for you.