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Here's a #bujoidea to challenge yourself to try new things in the #newyear. This particular entry is just a sample since, as far as I'm aware, I don't come from the future. But I thought it does a good job of setting out the kinds of things that can be included here. Now, the challenge here is that you don't just write down what you've seen, read or listened to - you have to make an effort to seek out experiences that you otherwise wouldn't have done. Let's say you mostly watch blockbusters…

Here's a #bujoidea to challenge yourself to try new things in the #newyear. This particular entry is just a sample since, as far as I'm aware, I don't come from the future. But I thought it does a good job of setting out the kinds of things that can be included here. Now, the challenge here is that you don't just write down what you've seen, read or listened to - you have to make an effort to seek out experiences that you otherwise wouldn't have done. Let's say you mostly watch blockbusters…

Here's a #bujoidea that's a bit experimental. I'm trying to nail down a good #runninglog, especially for those that are just starting out, so here's my first crack at it. This was is designed for the goal of running 1.5 miles (or 2.5 km) in 15 minutes, which is a sensible long-term goal to strive towards for complete beginners. Each five by five square represents one run. Each of the five squares across represents a time of 3 minutes, and each square in height represents .3 of a mile (or .5…

Here's a #bujoidea that's a bit experimental. I'm trying to nail down a good #runninglog, especially for those that are just starting out, so here's my first crack at it. This was is designed for the goal of running 1.5 miles (or 2.5 km) in 15 minutes, which is a sensible long-term goal to strive towards for complete beginners. Each five by five square represents one run. Each of the five squares across represents a time of 3 minutes, and each square in height represents .3 of a mile (or .5…

Here's one of my #bujoideas for a #mealtracker. The #newyear is the perfect time to curb your negative eating habits and starting some healthy ones and this fairly simple traffic light system could help you do that. The graph is broken down by each individual day and four meals: breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacking. For the meals, give yourself a red if you're eating straight up junk, yellow if you're eating out but it's not the worst thing for you, and green if you ate what you would…

Here's one of my #bujoideas for a #mealtracker. The #newyear is the perfect time to curb your negative eating habits and starting some healthy ones and this fairly simple traffic light system could help you do that. The graph is broken down by each individual day and four meals: breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacking. For the meals, give yourself a red if you're eating straight up junk, yellow if you're eating out but it's not the worst thing for you, and green if you ate what you would…

Here's one of my #bujoideas for a #habittracker. Pick any eight negative habits you want to break, or any positive habits you want to develop, and challenge yourself in the #newyear. You can easily just use one colour and make a circle for every day you succeed with a particular habit and just compare the volume of circles from month to month. In this example, I use colours to represent a streak - basically a rainbow progression until you reach seven days, after which you keep circling with…

A sample of my idea for a habit tracker

Here's one of my #bujoideas for a #sleeptracker. The numbers up on top represent a 3-month goal, so for the first 3 months you would be planning to sleep between 11:30 and midnight. Anytime you sleep earlier than that window, you colour in the green column, and any time you sleep later, you add to the red column. For me, 1 square represents 15 minutes, but feel free to choose anything that works. I also alternate the direction of the diagonal lines just to better separate the days. Oh, and…

Here's one of my #bujoideas for a #sleeptracker. The numbers up on top represent a 3-month goal, so for the first 3 months you would be planning to sleep between 11:30 and midnight. Anytime you sleep earlier than that window, you colour in the green column, and any time you sleep later, you add to the red column. For me, 1 square represents 15 minutes, but feel free to choose anything that works. I also alternate the direction of the diagonal lines just to better separate the days. Oh, and…

You can even use your #bujo to write down your recipes. The colour coding makes it easier to group ingredients and the pyramid structure makes it easier to see what you need for a single or a double portion. This is a recipe I lifted from the net but have since modified to my tastes. You get a pretty rich #eggnog from this so drink responsibly. Oh, and feel free to double the bourbon if that's your preference. (I stupidly forgot to add a step the last time I posted this. Need more sleep)…

You can even use your #bujo to write down your recipes. The colour coding makes it easier to group ingredients and the pyramid structure makes it easier to see what you need for a single or a double portion. This is a recipe I lifted from the net but have since modified to my tastes. You get a pretty rich #eggnog from this so drink responsibly. Oh, and feel free to double the bourbon if that's your preference. (I stupidly forgot to add a step the last time I posted this. Need more sleep)…

Here's one of my #bujoideas for an #exerciselog. Each colour corresponds to a particular activity with a legend at the bottom. You can customize this any way you want to reflect your preferred choice of physical activities.  Each month you start with the pre-drawn centre square and work your way in a spiral until the month ends. That way you can quickly compare months for total exercise and can see which form of exercise you do the most and which you might have been neglecting. Also it helps…

Here's one of my #bujoideas for an #exerciselog. Each colour corresponds to a particular activity with a legend at the bottom. You can customize this any way you want to reflect your preferred choice of physical activities. Each month you start with the pre-drawn centre square and work your way in a spiral until the month ends. That way you can quickly compare months for total exercise and can see which form of exercise you do the most and which you might have been neglecting. Also it helps…