I’m going to do a few things a little different going into 2018. And right now, I’m already beginning the process.
For starters, I’m blogging daily more! HOORAY!!!! It’s about dog-gone time.
And then there’s the Bible study time for the mornings, which I might add, have been a challenge but a good, healthy challenge.
Then, there’s the desire to write all of these wild and crazy stories AND continue working on my webcomic, “By and By.”
Instead of just dropping all of these goals and hopes and wishes on myself in 2018, I’ve decided to take baby steps into the new year.
It is important to me to get my personal Bible study habits and my writing habits in sync and on the daily habitually in an effort to focus and survive and thrive.
After evaluating the way I do things now and considering the long list of things I hope to accomplish in in my personal and professional life, I realized now is the time to “do different.”
Traditional schedule books are just not working for me. They never have!
You know, those pre-approved, pre-lined, pre-drawn, pre-spaced, pre-and-post-dated calendar books that you buy with good intentions only to leave them collecting dust somewhere!?
Yeah, I’m done with those!
Instead, I’m heading for a new and exciting and creative direction that will move me to OWN my schedule book…”A Bullet Journal.”
I’ve been learning quite a bit about them through the YouTube star Jessica of “How To ADHD” and I think that they will be a good move for me considering the way I think and organize my time and overall life.
Not to mention that I’ll have the opportunity to draw and sketch details in my journal that I need to know for the daily grind, weekly plans and so much more.
Personalization of a schedule book or journal helps! And it might help you!
Also with the bullet journal plan comes the 2018 Life Goals for my wife and I. We’ve been thinking, planning and most importantly, praying, over everything that we are hoping to accomplish in the new year.