And so ends another year. Put it in the back with the others, Frank. We're moving on to bigger and brighter things. I mean, c'mon - 2020 sounds SO futuristic! We are officially living in the future. 42 more years and we'll catch up with George Jetson. Hell, Marty McFly went home five years ago. … Continue reading Frankenlog’s First Year
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Know what you need? You need a Future Log! The best part about Bullet Journaling is the variety and variation within the community. So I asked people to give me examples of their future logs and I put them together into this nice little gallery for you to peruse. Wait... What? You don't know what … Continue reading Future Log Gallery
If you're a fan of the Frankenlog system, take a gander at this Future Log spread created by Thalia Sawatzky, a fellow member of the Minimalist Bullet Journals group on Facebook. I'm so impressed with the way she took the system and ran with it. Here's Thalia to tell you how she found Bullet Journaling … Continue reading FutureFrank – A Frankenlog Future Log!
Guilty as charged! I haven't written in... Well, let's not talk about that. I started getting friendly harassment messages asking when I was going to write again, so enough already! You win! Let's talk about the newest Franken-freak. first things first - what is GTD? This post would get very long, very fast if I … Continue reading Frankenlite GTD – The Newest Frankenlog Monster
This March I tried to leave Google Calendar behind and live entirely out of my Bullet Journal. Alas...
Back in November, I unleashed Frankenlog on the denizens of Facebook. Since then, the little format changes that other bullet journalists have made to Frankenlog help to make it more accessible to others. Smitha SP, a fellow BuJo user over at the Minimalist Bullet Journals group on Facebook, created this fantastic layout for Frankenlog that … Continue reading Frankenlite – Frankenlog’s slimmer self (aka Bride of Frankenlog)