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April 05, 2013

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Evan Edwards

I'm currently using these fairly reliably:

- To do.
+ Done
> Project (sometimes a closed triangle)
· Bullet point
→ Follow up (often delegated)
[reference]

Underlined is a title.

julie p.

This is really helpful: I haven't settled on a system of bullet pts to itemize my planner to-do lists. I find myself doodling elaborate icons that look great but realize they're not feasible to draw quickly and repeatedly! It seems neurotic to make a fuss over something so mundane but I'm a visual thinker and my lists can get pretty detailed. Having a pre-printed guide would make things much simpler.

John

Please excuse the self-promotion, but we did a review of these babies recently. The paper is AWESOME!
http://www.pencilrevolution.com/2013/03/review-of-word-notebooks/

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