Day 28: ideas for December
I want to go back to tracking my daily self care habits and more detail of my cleaning routine. I’ve found that having these things separated out from the rest of my task list works better for me. I’m going back to having the whole month of tracking together though.
As I showed in my last post, I’m adding specific project tracking in my Arc.
I’m also dividing off a “notes” section for collections that aren’t referenced too often.
There may be another major change on the horizon–discontinuing my pre-drawn weekly spread. Once again I thought I had the month all figured out and another idea came along. This time it came from a discussion on migrating in the Bullet Journal Junkies Facebook group. It’s making me consider going way back to the basics of building on a task list daily. I tried this in the beginning of October, so I flipped back to those pages to find out why it didn’t work. The two spreads I tried this on before switching to a pre-drawn weekly spread made it pretty obvious.
I didn’t have use of the entire spread for my list, which made flipping back and forth necessary. If I hadn’t tried to use those spreads for other things at the same time, it might have worked. I didn’t quite see that as the problem in October.
Going back to the one list–and migrating only when I’ve filled a spread–is definitely worth considering. From the official videos, I always thought that migration was done daily, but thanks to the wonderful planner community I see that may have been my (mis)interpretation.