Dot Journaling--A Practical Guide: How to Start and Keep the Planner, To-Do List, and Diary That'll Actually Help You Get Your Life Together

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Description

Organize your life, record what matters, and get stuff done

What the heck is a dot journal? It's a planner, to-do list, and diary for every aspect of your life: work, home, relationships, hobbies, everything.

Early adopter Rachel Wilkerson Miller explains how to make a dot journal work for you--whether you find the picture-perfect examples on Pinterest inspiring or, well, intimidating. You decide how simple or elaborate your journal will be, and what goes in there:
  • Lists of your to-dos, to-don'ts, and more
  • Symbols that will make those lists efficient and effective
  • Spreads to plan your day, week, month, or year
  • Trackers for your habits and goals (think health, money, travel)
  • Accouterments such as washi tape, book darts, and more

Product Details

Price
$12.95  $11.91
Publisher
Experiment
Publish Date
July 31, 2017
Pages
240
Dimensions
6.0 X 0.55 X 8.5 inches | 0.8 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781615194070

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About the Author

Rachel Wilkerson Miller is a queer Black writer, the author of The Art of Showing Up and Dot Journaling--A Practical Guide, and the deputy editor of VICE Life. Previously, she was a senior lifestyle editor at BuzzFeed for four years. Along with VICE and BuzzFeed, her writing has appeared in The New York Times, Huffington Post, and SELF, and she's been a guest on NPR, the Today show, and Good Morning America. She lives in Brooklyn.

Reviews

"This book...will actually help you get your life together."--HelloGiggles

"It covers everything (seriously, everything) you could ever want to know about organizing your life into one simple journal."--Apartment Therapy

"Anyone who needs a practical resource for getting his or her life in order will fit it with Miller's step-by-step guide to Dot Journaling."--Atlanta Journal-Constitution