It’s Not the How, it’s the Why

One of the things I love the most about watching the Bullet Journal system evolve, is how diverse and inventive the interpretations are. Recently however, I’ve been getting a lot of email asking me which is the correct way to …more

Show & Tell 4

“The day you stop learning is the day you stop living.” – Albert Einstein If I had to name my favorite thing about bulletjournaling, it would be its flexibility. As my needs change, so does my Bullet Journal. Since a …more

Jonathan Carroll

Tis the season of gratitude and family, so I thought it fitting to interview the person who inspired me to first set pen to paper: my father, Jonathan Carroll. One of my favorite pictures is of us sitting at his …more

Yearly Migration

As the year draws to a close, I wanted to share a little tradition of mine – The Yearly Migration. On the first day of January, I always start a brand new notebook. It is more than just a blank …more

Sketchnotes

I’m thrilled to announce our first interview in an ongoing series of interesting people using analog tools. Author and designer Mike Rohde joins us to talk about Sketchnotes, a very popular and creative note taking method that he’s developed. It’s …more