Sunday, December 18, 2016

ARCHIVED: Bullet Journaling

Thanks to special guest Tami Mize for showing us how she uses her "bullet journals." At first, I thought this was going to be a whole lotta extra work and too much doodling. Tami cited sources indicating:

In this digital world, experts agree the average person assimilates information more readily when they write things down.

Given that concept, Ol' Myrt is willing to move forward. I've created two nifty bojo (bullet journals)  - one for my hangout work, and another to revise an old book I wrote. Thanks to Tami's enthusiasm and very specific advice, you may also decide to get your life in order starting in 2017. I'm practicing in December 2016. 

Sure you can watch this DearMYRTLE hangout here in this blog or over on DearMYRTLE's YouTube Channel, but who not view AND comment by following this link:
That way you'll find all the links to the pens, paper, journals, journal discs and things Tami mentions during this hangout.

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