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{Day 1}: #planwithmeaugust "Figure out my planner needs". The reason why I am doing the challenge. To bullet journal or to Filofax. That is the question. The only thing I've figured out today is I need a monthly spread. I intend to plan August in my bullet journal. Bye Bye Mable. For now ♡


Tree pillow pattern chart - modify the chart to make just the tree part of the pillow? Living room sofa pillows?


It's no secret how much we love the versatility of the bullet journal. If something doesn't work, change it. It's the customization to our busy life. That's what I had to face when I started my April's monthly spread. When I looked at my Calendex and Future Planning (yes, I use both), I realized that I wouldn't be able to fit everything into my usual monthly spread. Therefore, I had to create a new one last night. I decided to combine key elements of Calendex, Future Planning, traditional…


Hand Weaving Draft: Figure 1691, A Handbook of Weaves by G. H. Oelsner, 2S, 2T - Hand Weaving and Draft Archive

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Time Ladder

When I need some hyper-organisation to my day, and a task list just doesn’t cut it, I’ve been using a “time ladder.” I didn’t coin the term ‘time ladder’ and this is an idea inspired by the likes of Bill Westerman and DIYFish. I use the next available page, rule two lines down the middle of the page, write the times in between the two lines, and then assign meetings, appointments, etc. to the right of the page, and tasks and notes to the left side of the page.


"Our Classroom Data" with all of the perfect scores on spelling tests receiving a sticker and different excel graphs for other pieces of classroom data.