I decided to order a set of these stainless steel templates from Amazon after taking a look at them from various distributors and looking over the provided review s which seemed to indicate they were an excellent value for the price. I can’t provide a specific vendor name because, as you will find with many items of this time, there are literally multiple vendors you can buy them from through Amazon.
Bullet journaling is an excellent way for interns to demonstrate organization, flexibility, and planning skills to the group where they are interning. Often information is shared intermittently, incompletely, or not at all and the intern is left wondering what to do. Here are five recommendations on how an intern can use bullet journaling to their advantage.
There’s a struggle point for many analog users (pen and paper people to the non-stationery geeks) when it comes to finding a balance between using their paper based system and their smartphones. What should go where? Deciding what information is … Continue reading Using a Journal AND a Smartphone to be productive
I will always be an advocate for the handwritten word. To me there is no better way to solidify and craft one’s thoughts while avoiding the distractions of digital life. http://www.lifehack.org/350059/the-productive-power-writing-hand Continue reading The power of the pen
In this article from the Quo Vadis blog, they talk about the importance of weekly planning sessions. One of the shifts I have made as of late is to not do my weekly recap and planning for the next week at the same time. At the end of each week I have to complete a timesheet for my consulting work for approval and review. It’s the process of completing that timesheet where I perform my weekly recap. I gather the information from my daily logs, capture my time and activities, and submit the accomplishments for the previous week. During that … Continue reading Weekly Planning Sessions
My current notebook My job has placed some interesting technological limitations on my traditional productivity methods, so in response I have made the transition back to pen and paper for keeping my activity records of my daily work. You would … Continue reading A Day in the Life of my Paper Journal
Smartphones are part of our daily lives. There’s no way to restate or retract that statement. If you’re in a public place, try this experiment: look around and count the number of tops of heads you can see on people. … Continue reading Five Ways to be Productive without a Smartphone