I’m taking my bullet journal and going digital.
I know, I know, the whole point of BUJO is the physicality of the book. But, I’m no Martha Stewart when it comes to crafting. I still love to plan and craft, so I turned to PowerPoint to make things colorful, neat, and easy to track. We loved the gold start system as kids, so why not use it as adults? #Millenial.
I’m building off last month’s theme and use of the Self-Care Bingo card. Combining the inspiration from my bullet journal and the easy to read digital format I’ve shifted the Bullet Journal monthly spread on to a PowerPoint slide.
The previous card had 25 target goals to complete, but that turned out to be a bit lofty when some required multiple days or hours. I’ve take the card this month and cut it down to 16 items that vary in time, energy, and thought. The idea of the running list in the bullet journal is to eliminate any weekly items that roll over at the end of the month. I have a couple items that I’d still like to complete by the month’s end, so you’ll notice a few repeats. If you’d like to use this template for your own purposes, feel free to download it and edit in PowerPoint.
Aside from the monthly goals, I have a few Friday Favorites to share.
- This Is Us
The build-up to this episode has me on edge, I’m so anxious to see what happens during the house fire!
- Taking a deeper dive into what it means for automation/machine learning as part of the workforce as project I’m researching for one of my leads.
- Celebrating birthdays with friends as they all begin to enter their 29th year (I still have one more until that birthday!)
- The Christmas tree in the living room that is now a “Valentine’s Day Tree” with red and white lights
- Going on my first run in 8 months with 5 girlfriends that we followed with dinner and watching The Bachelor.
Here’s to the weekend! Let me know if you like this goal tracking format or have one that you enjoy using.