As I have posted here previously, for over a year, I have been using the Bullet Journal productivity system in my notebooks of choice. It’s worked really well for me, and I have evolved how I use it over time, so it’s actually gotten even more productive as I’ve gone. Now, Ryder Carroll, who originated both the system and the web site, is doing a Kickstarter to fund a new version of the site, which will allow users to share their ideas with the community.
The rewards include a custom printed Bullet Journal notebook, which seems like an interesting idea, albeit a little antithetical to the overall idea of Bullet Journal in the first place. Of course, I was in the moment I saw the Kickstarter, and have backed the project at the two notebook tier.
I feel like I owe Ryder a debt of gratitude because Bullet Journal has been so useful for me, and I am interested in seeing more ideas from other people on how I can evolve my Bullet Journal style. (The best thing for me would be neater handwriting, I need to work on that.) It’s definitely a very accessible system, so it adapts well to a variety of needs, and varying levels of note taking skill. If you haven’t checked it out yet, here’s your chance.