Part 3: Adding a single column to your daily log for more flexibility
According to Ryder Carroll’s Bullet Journal-system, the daily logs normally are page-spanning…
…and look something like that (picture taken from the original Bullet Journal-Website):
Now, the problem with page-spanning entries is that at times – like when you go though your notes or when you do migration – you get an additional idea or you would simply want to add something to an existing page. Which is next to impossible when you always use the full page-width and log continuously.
Now, of course when you get an additional idea or would like to add something to a specific daily log, you could always add this to another page (or a collection, for that matter) and then link that back in(to) the index.
Personally, however, I find this to be somewhat inconvenient. So my solution to that problem: simply add one single column to each daily log-spread, as can be seen on the picture above. For me, a 2.5 cm wide column is more than enough to add the one or other thought that might arise at a later point in time.
I hope this was helpful. Feel free to adapt for yourself or leave me a comment. Also, feel free to check out the other parts of The Bullet Journal-Workshop.