Category: One Book July

One Book July 2019 | Introduction

One Book July 2019 | Introduction

Every year, we add a little something to the One Book July challenge so that we all have an opportunity to try something new. This year, we’re focusing on The Bullet Journal!

I’ll be hosting a readalong of The Bullet Journal Method by Ryder Carroll, and I’ll be showing you my planner as well.

And here are alllll of the links!

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How I Use Evernote | One Book July 2018

How I Use Evernote | One Book July 2018

Evernote is a fantastic tool for keeping my paper planner streamlined and efficient. Moving reference information into Evernote rather than carrying it around in my paper planner leaves more room in my paper planner for other things I prefer on paper.

I use several apps in conjunction with Evernote as well:

How I Use Omnifocus | One Book July 2018

How I Use Omnifocus | One Book July 2018

Omnifocus is the main powerhouse app of the digital portion of my hybrid planning system. I use it for everything from simple task lists to repetitive projects and tasks to project planning.

There are many other features in Omnifocus that I personally don’t use; I didn’t speak about them because I’m not familiar with them and didn’t want to mistakenly misspeak.

For me, Omnifocus is fantastic for the following uses:

  • Repetitive projects and tasks
  • Quick capture of random ideas and tasks
  • Project organization

 

Week 2 Paper Planner Update | One Book July 2018

Week 2 Paper Planner Update | One Book July 2018

A quick update on the paper portion of my planning system for Week 2 of One Book July 2018!

The next videos will all be about the apps I use and how it all fits together to make a planning system that works for me! 🙂

 

LINKS

Floral Photo Vellums from Reaping Willows on Etsy

Horizontal Grid Weekly with Daily Habit Tracker from Peanuts Planner Co (DR 144)

Charms from TwoWeeksOnMars on Etsy

Mini Wide Paperclips from LilyandLolaCo on Etsy

Personal Bow Covers Bundle from JeseniaPrintables on Etsy

 

A Brief Look at My Most-Used Planning Apps | One Book July 2018

A Brief Look at My Most-Used Planning Apps | One Book July 2018

I thought we’d start with an overview of my six most-used planning apps: Clue, Drafts, MoneyWiz, Evernote, Fantastical, and Omnifocus. The next digital-oriented videos will go more in-depth into how I use these apps and how they fit into my planning system.

Clue

Drafts

MoneyWiz 3

Evernote

Fantastical

Omnifocus

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