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I reserve a double page for every month that passes. The left page is a monthly calendar with days and weeks marked, as well as events. A Book Dart serves as a cursor for the date as well as a bookmark, leaving the Moleskine string free for other purposes. The right sheet is entitled with the month and year, and the rest of the page is a tasklist. Tasks may be transferred from the previous month's incompleted tasks, or abandonned.

Moreover, pages are (manually) numbered and the first sheet of the notebook is reserved to index pages I might need to refer to later but do not warrant a physical bookmark. A personnal organizer, a journal and a notebook can thus be united in one Super Organizer.

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    de Verteuil Post author

    Hi, thanks for the compliments!

    You might also like bulletjournal.com. LifeHacker.com recently reported about it. It’s very similar to my system.

    Over time, I stopped numbering pages and I index information by dates instead. I don’t have to use the index often enough to bother with numbering pages, as there are dates written all over them anyways.

    I also added a concept of “processing”, in the GTD sense. On journal pages, when all notes have been converted to actions, have been indexed, deferred, etc., I mark those pages with a check mark on top. This speeds up scanning for open loops.

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