When you put your thoughts on paper your mind will subconsciously start focusing on taking action.
One of the most important lessons I learned from writing and planning in my bullet journal is that when you put your thoughts on paper, your mind will subconsciously start focusing on taking action. If you’re anything like me your mind is full of ideas, dreams and lovely thoughts, but it’s also full of unnecessary clutter. Sometimes my head is so full of clutter I can’t think straight, and my ideas and dreams end up somewhere in the back of my mind.
Project the inside of my brain onto paper so I could look at it from a distance.
When I started writing in my bullet journal I mostly created planners and to-do lists. This small action helped me to project the inside of my brain onto paper so I could look at it from a distance, without all the noise and clutter flying around in my mind. Seeing this information in front of me made feel much clearer on what I needed to do to achieve my goals. After a couple of months, I also started to add additional lists, brainstorm sessions, travel plans and other creative spreads that help me feel clear, organized and productive. It has made a huge difference in my life.
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