It's week 2 of my bullet journalling experience (experimemt seems a bit strong no matter how far I feel I'm being pushed from my comfort zone). I haven't developed amazing art skills but it's been interesting!

My weekly spread used the same headings at before pretty much. I'm not certain that the to cook section is hugely helpful and think if I'm going to keep it I'll need to add something similar to my daily page.

I was much happier with my daily pages – not least because I actually made use of washi tape! The sections worked well generally although I did sometimes find it hard to know which task to do next. I think I could resolve this by having less tasks per day and by getting better at assigning very specific tasks. If I'm carrying a task over I need to replace it with a task to write a list of tasks to complete around the topic. This is exactly what GTD suggests.

I did manage to assign less for the end of the week leaving myself space for rolled over tasks to be done. The activities section stopped these getting mixed up with my to do list while reminding me that I needed to plan around them.

I've not been doing great with my habits chart. I keep forgetting to fill it in. I'm coming to the conclusion that I've got too many things on it and some of them are things with a clear end point that I'm working to a bit of each day rather than a habit. As my habits chart only the to mid month My new one will be a slimmed down version and won't include habits I've already bedded in like writing my diary, or things that I need to do occasionally like putting on a washing load before going to bed.

My coming week page has been great for noting things that need looking at but aren't a priority now and it makes planning easier. Coming back to my intentions chart it's clear that need to make a point at looking at daily as well as when planning. Interestingly although I didn't really have much of an idea about how to implement my monthly intentions my sleep hours have definitely increased and I seem to be more lighted hearted as a result. It'll be interesting to see how this develops!

For next week I'm looking to create a new habits grid, add a cooking section, trying to limit daily activities and breaking tasks down. I think I'm going to need create some project pages for that kind of thing. And I'm still work g on making my bujo more colourful and exciting.