If it’s not already obvious by the fact that I have a blog devoted to being productive at work, I love me some to do lists.

I’ve got ’em all: apps, PDFs, Gmail labels, fridge magnets, handbag notebooks.

Yeah. You’d think I’d be more on top of my game, right? But I’m not. And I’m always in the market for The One.

I first heard about Bullet Journal a few months ago and developed a crush about it right away. And promptly forgot about it. (Nice going, Rah)

I rediscovered it last week and fell in love all over again. Partially because it uses pretty notebooks and you can use pretty pens (always my top priority), but also because it’s a system that doesn’t have to conform to a template you buy from Kikki-K or download from your favourite productivity blogger.

Here, watch:

 Okay, if you’re still here, then you’re totally into it. It’s awesome, right?!

So I’ve bought some Moleskins and have plans to start using them this week. One I’ll use in the way the Bullet Journal guy intends; the other I’ll trial for financial  shit at home. Tracking bills, mortgage repayments and whatnot. Because I’m *so* not tracking any of that. And I really need to get on top of it.

What’s your to-do list like? Will you share some to-do list porn with me?

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2 thoughts on “Obsessed with analogue task management

  1. Ooh….love this! I must admit, nothing beats handwritten to-do lists. I make a to-do list at work on a post-it booklet and cross of things as I do them {phone calls, notes, letters, follow-ups etc} but don’t do it as much at home. I notice I’m not productive when I don’t make lists!

    Posted on 19 July 2014 at 5:48 pm
    1. I’m the same – great at work, terrible at home! Hopefully using this thing will help fix that :))

      Posted on 20 July 2014 at 4:48 pm