Dot Journaling―A Practical Guide: How to Start and Keep the Planner, To-Do List, and Diary That’ll Actually Help You Get Your Life Together Paperback – Illustrated, July 31, 2017
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“It covers everything (seriously, everything) you could ever want to know about organizing your life into one simple journal.”—Apartment Therapy
“Anyone who needs a practical resource for getting his or her life in order will fit it with Miller’s step-by-step guide to Dot Journaling.”—Atlanta Journal-Constitution
- Paperback : 240 pages
- ISBN-10 : 161519407X
- ISBN-13 : 978-1615194070
- Product Dimensions : 6 x 0.55 x 8.5 inches
- Publisher : The Experiment; Illustrated Edition (July 31, 2017)
- Item Weight : 12.8 ounces
- Language: : English
- Best Sellers Rank: #56,102 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Top reviews from the United States
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I understand the value of a book that contains everything in one place for convenience. This is not that. If you have never heard of Bullet Journaling, there are plenty of other, better sources. If you have heard of bullet journaling but just want some ideas, there are better sources for that also. There is nothing original here, nothing .
I picked up this book after seeing an article written by the author on BuzzFeed. I started my Bujo after checking out the official page and checking out some Facebook groups and Instagram feeds. I was still not happy with how it was working for me, so I picked up this book and I am SO glad that I did.
I loved the author's ideas and humor. I also appreciated her down to earth approach on the topics. My head was spinning from all of the ideas I saw out there but were not quite suitable for me. She had some brilliant ideas in this book that I gave put into my Bujo. I am not an artist but I wanted my Bujo to look nice and be practical. She has many good "jumping off" points to make the Bujo work for me. Not every idea worked, but as they say "take what you like and leave the rest".
I highly recommend this book for folks who are a bit overwhelmed by all of the ideas out there and want a good place to start. I am enjoying my Bujo so much more now!
I was skeptical about putting work, family, home, diary, planning all in one place and also about the time sink of creating a freeform calendar/diary/planner from a blank notebook, but decided to just try it and start simple. I left several blank pages for an index. Then created a single page listing each day of the current month with space for a short note, so I can see major events of the month at a glance. On the back of that page I list goals/tasks for the month and also food ideas for the month (I love to cook from scratch and do a lot of meal planning). I laid out each day into a week per page and used the author's recommended symbols to indicate events and tasks.
Soon I was adding other sections like planning for a trip, fall veggie garden plan, wish list etc. It seemed strange to interleave these sections into a daily schedule and planner, however it works great as long as you number the pages and keep an index. I am so much more on top of the little things plus longer term goals and tasks do not fall off the radar. I can make plans so much more quickly and easily than in the past.
My notebook has no dots, so it's not as pretty as the pictures, but that's OK. Spiral binding and size is more important to me. The only problem now is that the journal has augmented my prefrontal cortex to the point that I'm terrified of losing it!
Top reviews from other countries
Dot journalism es una gran opción si deseas aprender más sobre organización y planeación de actividades. Rachel Wilkerson nos guía en un recorrido sobre las opciones que le han funcionado y cómo ha adoptado este nuevo estilo de organización y planeación. No se arrepentirán de leerlo.