When it comes to Bullet Journaling (or Bujo), it's not uncommon to solely use one notebook for everything, including but not limited to running lists, habit trackers, daily reflections, etc. While this system can work fine there can be a problem with referencing things that aren't in the journal. Even within the journal referencing other items can become quite the hassle. What this concept plans to solve is to add that interconnectivity that is lacking in a phyisical notebook between the list items and links to websites that doesn't fit directly into a notebook. This would allow users to follow the standard system with bullet journaling with the added value of being able to quickly access the links or list items that your referencing. This will also help with daily reflections with users being able to reference the list items they completed.
What is Bullet Journaling?
The Bullet Journal is a system created by Ryder Carroll. As he describes it, a Bullet Journal is a journal that helps you "to help you track the past, organize the present, and plan for the future." It's a system that is able to record anything and everything you want it to.
Read more about how to bullet journal here.
This project is still in the planning stages so what I'll be using is TBD