Big Ideas, Goal Setting

Why New Years Resolutions Are More Destructive Than Helpful

Happy New Year! If you're like most people, January 1st is a time to make changes in your life and become a better you. It's a new year with a fresh start and you are finally going to make your dreams come true! I used to really love New Years. It's the chance to move past the mistakes and failures of the year prior. I always enjoyed making New Years Resolutions. I saw it as a way to take a good hard look at the way my life was going. Decide what major changes were needed to put my life on the track I was heading. Tackle obstacles and make real progress. 

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Bullet Journal

How I Use Lvl 10 Life In My Bullet Journal

I love bullet journaling and there is no tool, app, thing, or system I've ever used that has made me feel more productive + happy + energized + optimistic about life in general. When I was in college, I used a detailed to-do list system that was actually quite similar to the original, minimalist bullet journal the system was inspired by. Now, I love to use more intricate designs and spreads that I'll come back to again and again. I'm about to move into a new bullet journal. I want to share with you the system I'm currently using to organize my life centered around my goals and the things I want to achieve.

Bullet Journal

My love affair with bullet journaling

I've dabbled and experimented with lots of different ways to organize my bullet journal. I love to think up different systems, spreads, and sections. But the truth is that I love to come up with new rules more than I like to live by the old ones. My bullet journal becomes a compost pile of the things running around inside my head and I constantly want to move it around and examine it.