Bullet Journal: Habits and Hygiene

April 17, 2018 Leave a comment

One of the most popular features of bullet journals are habit trackers. We get to reinforce what we want to do and reduce what we don’t want to do. Habits are very powerful, and affect the quality of our lives, so we should use the best tools we have.

There’s also the belief that performing a task for 21 days in a row creates a habit.

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Bullet Journal: Pesach Review

April 10, 2018 Leave a comment

We’ve put away all of the Passover things, taken out the chometz things and tonight I cooked a tofu stir fry. We are back to normal.

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Bullet Journal: Adjustments

April 3, 2018 Leave a comment

This is a busy time. I spent last week cleaning, shopping (both with help) and cooking for Passover. I made two seders. This week is two days short because Sunday and Friday are holidays which are a step away from being the Sabbath.

This is to explain why this post is a little late and short.

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Bullet Journal: Cooking Schedule

March 27, 2018 Leave a comment

I had a more ambitious blog planned, but it’ll have to wait until after Passover.

Instead, I’m going to talk about my holiday cooking schedule, which I think could help with any dinner intense holiday.

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Bullet Journal: Budget

March 20, 2018 Leave a comment

This is a journey. One I’ve never traveled before, but one I’ve always known I’ve had to take. It’s part of adulthood, and part of functioning.

In January, I began the work towards making a budget. I’m about to finish my third month.

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Deep Dive: Collections

March 13, 2018 Leave a comment

This should be the final deep dive. And this is what really sets bullet journals apart from the preprinted journals. It’s not just a calendar, and it’s not just what someone else thinks you should need, or that you need a specialized pack or notebook to record.

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Bullet Journal: Passover Planning

March 5, 2018 Leave a comment

The holiday of Pesach, or Passover, id easily the most complex one on the Jewish calendar. It can take weeks of preparation and days of cooking, with four holidays with possibly an extra Shabbat plus intermediate days all with additional food restrictions over and above kashrut. It takes PLANNING.

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