- Frozen Man
- Why It’s So Hard to Go against the Grain?
- The Physics Of Surfing
- Why Do Traffic Signs Look The Way They Do?
- Pi Number
- The Shape of Water
- Where did the meteorites go?
- Bullet Journal
- Why Every City Has Its Own Climate?
- Instant Noodles
- The Coming Renaissance
- Paracelsus: Alchemy to the Aid of Medicine
- History of Coins
- Why do waterfalls retreat?
The Bullet Journal Method is a flexible planning system that can be adjusted to the needs of anyone. You can set tasks with different deadlines, record your thoughts and ideas, and monitor how regularly you adhere to useful habits. All of this is stored in just one notebook, thanks to several different methods of organizing information.
The creator of the system, designer Ryder Carroll, also recommends taking note of special events and feelings. We tend to remember things with inaccuracies, but by recording memories, you can recall exactly what you experienced at different moments in your life — thus enabling you to make decisions more easily in the future.
A regular notebook with grids or dots, or an undated diary
Colored pencils and pens, stickers, magazine clippings, and any other creative materials