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  • shilen.qcThis week with timelines inspired by the brilliant minds of Dee @decadethirty and Ursala @honeyrozes. It works well especially when you have time bound tasks and you want to have a quick reference of how your time was spent that day.

  • shilen.qcHi @mge_dee! Check out Ursala's amazing blog! @tzenplans I don't have a problem with the discs because they're small and yes like @chyrissesplans said you can pull out the page for easier writing.
  • shilen.qcThank you Kiel @leaningintoplanning. I'd love to see how you're going to implement it in your journal. For me so far, it's very effective. 👍
  • shilen.qcThanks you @daphneslittlejournal @charcassidy @ishii888888 @aroguemonster @charlottedplans 😊
  • ssirimanneLove this!
  • mge_dee@shilen.qc @honeyrozes I will look both of these up. Thank you so much :)
  • joannie_cakes_808i love how simple this is! I keep track of my timeline this way too =). @huskywife1079, since we were talking about simpler layouts, here's an example I came across today
  • keishajay78@honeyrozes I've been trying this out since I saw it on your post. @shilen.qc this looks so simple and clear; are you using it to decide when you will do certain tasks or to track when you actually did them? I might have missed a trick with this time ladder thingy!
  • bullet_and_whiskeyI just read a great article about how the people who really get stuff done use calendars, not just todo lists. (been my experience too as I was planning my days before bullet journaling). I dig this concept of combining the two. Might give it a try. Also, it just looks totally rad also. How has your experience been trying this out @shilen.qc?
  • bullet_and_whiskeyhttps://medium.com/life-learning/why-calendars-are-more-effective-than-to-do-lists-557b07ac9aeb <- write up here.
  • honeyrozes@bullet_and_whiskey thanks for sharing that article! I read it, and of course got defensive 😂 I mean, I've read several articles about how "all" successful people USE to-do lists. But, I also find that I need my Apple Calendar to schedule not only appointments, but projects and big tasks.
  • bullet_and_whiskey@honeyrozes Oh I should have mentioned, this is just like... Some dude's opinion, right? (like most lofty medium thought-pieces lol) Certainly doesn't universally apply. I just thought it was an interesting take (I kinda hate calendars personally). If a simpler system works for you, totally do that. I don't think there is a right other wrong here. I have found that I get a bit more off my list when I schedule a time slot to get it done. But that's just me. I use Google calendar for the long range schedule myself, cause otherwise I'm totally lost in the wilderness. Hahaha.
  • shilen.qc@honeyrozes Thanks for filling in and answering some queries! Been really hectic 😩. I also need my Google Calendar too for massive projects or events, such as the upcoming wedding / birthday 😁. I am not depending solely on my bullet journal. Sometimes I need digital methods too.
  • shilen.qc@bullet_and_whiskey Trying out the time ladder has made the tasks or events easier to write down, my mind becomes spontaneous as I plan my day out. I'd love to know how this will work for you. 😊
  • shilen.qcHi @keishajay78 I just list down whatever events I have set for that day and if anything comes up I list it again and connect it to the time ladder if its time specific. Basically I see it as an overview how my day went and how I could fit in other tasks that I could do in my free time.
  • luciny_jameslove it。beautiful
  • bujokaizenSimply beautiful!
  • nag_aaralHOW
  • prettythingshoarderThis is too perfect !! #goald
  • warriorsybilI don't know why I can't comprehend these lines! Why aren't they straight across?
  • janelleleonor@dgalonzo Check her account! Awesome minimalist bujo!!!
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