Join me as I cough my way through the setup of my 2022 Bullet Journal. https://youtu.be/DGKviG5FV5I
Not much to see here folks. I've been absolutely stunned... STUNNED I SAY... by how much traffic frankenlog.com gets every day even when I'm not taking good care of it. Can't say I've had an excuse. Winters are tough, but that doesn't explain the entire summer wherein I posted nothing. Soooo.... yeah. What can I … Continue reading happy third birthday to frankenlog!
Alright chumps, I'm back - let's do this... LEEEEEROY..... Ahem. Sorry. COVID brain. 🙂 I spent a good chunk of the day recording this video, so I won't get too wordy. I will say though that I love the process of an end of year review and I've never regretted or resented the time I've … Continue reading End of Year Bullet Journal Review 2020
I was really looking forward to writing something fun and amazing for you guys for FL's second birthday, but I went and did something silly like contract COVID-19 and fall ill. SO RUDE - I know. My bads. I can't believe that it was only two years ago that I started neglecting this website. Seems … Continue reading Happy Second Anniversary to Frankenlog!
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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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!
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)
Happy Sunday my fellow mad scientists! Today I want to show you a couple new versions (Frankenmods, if you will) of Frankenlog for those of you out there who prefer to work with weekly spreads instead of - or in addition to - daily logs. I'll list the pros and cons to each version as … Continue reading New Monsters! Frankenweek versions 1.0 and 1.1
When using Frankenlog, daily habits are tracked with a set of up to five symbols that - when completed - make a nifty little star to celebrate your awesomeness. So why are these habit stars better than habit trackers? (Okay, yes, I know... Habit stars are habit trackers. Get off my back!) I'm currently in … Continue reading The Advantage of Habit Stars vs. Habit Trackers