Hello, Hello, my blog friends!  Welcome back.  I hope you have had an amazing week. 

Now that April has been put away, how about May?  What’s going on in your May?  This is that time of the blog cycle when I write about the changes I’ve made for the month.  I’m now in my sixth month of bullet journaling, and I have to say I’ve not really made many changes this month. 

Back in January and February, I included a mini-calendar at the beginning of each week and highlighted the current week.  This mini-calendar visually signifies the beginning of the week in my journal. 

Due to space conservation, I removed it mid-way through March.  I completely left it out in April.  Although I didn’t use it much, I found that I missed it, so I brought it back this month.  It’s a nice visual reminder of where we are in the current month. 

Three months ago, I attempted a habit tracker, and I immediately stopped it as quickly as I started.  I didn’t like it.  I didn’t find it helpful. 

Last month, I read the book “Atomic Habits” by James Clear.  The book delved into the science behind making, keeping, and breaking habits.  Near the end of the book, the author discussed keeping a habit tracker to serve as a visual reminder of how well we are doing with our habits and where we need to improve. 

In the spirit of reading the book and second chances, I’ve added a weekly tracker in right next to the mini-calendar.  I will keep you posted on how it goes.

As I said earlier, I didn’t make a lot of changes. I’ve found a combination of collections that makes this work for me.  It’s simple, so it does not take a lot of time to put together.  It’s functional, so I use it every day. 

Question of the Week: So did you make any changes to your planning strategy this month? Let me know in the comments below!

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