This post explores my history with the bullet journal method, which originated with Ryder Carroll and his book, The Bullet Journal Method. I go into some detail here about how I came to try a bullet journal and how I personally use it. I provide some information about where to learn more, my personal methods, materials, uses and experience with this method of planning. Now that I understand what bullet journaling is, from its original source, the biggest draw for me is that it can be customized to fit me, the user, to meet my own specific needs, from simple to complex.
This is just a brief followup to my last post, in which I reviewed Tiago Forte’s book, Building a Second Brain. In the video linked below, Ryder Carroll, author of The Bullet Journal Method, talks with Tiago Forte regarding what the second brain concept is all about.
Review of Building a Second Brain, by Tiago Forte. What Building a Second Brain teaches, basically, is how to keep a digital (or paper where you prefer it) commonplace book.
A Life of One’s Own and An Experiment in Leisure Marion Milner, writing in 1934 under the name Joanna Field, had decided as a young woman of 26 to explore what would make her happy. She began keeping a record of what she remembered as making her happy each day. The nature of her journals…