Hello bullet journal friends! I have been working this new marketing job for two months now, and I feel like I have finally nailed down an organizational system that works for me. Since this blog is all about journaling and organization, I thought this was the perfect thing to share with you all.
I am a project coordinator for a marketing department, so I receive a lot of creative requests and assignments that I determine deadlines for and assign to the proper people to get those projects completed. Thats my job in a nutshell, though it entails a lot of other tasks.
I have a journal at work with lined pages. I have been trying to work with it, as I am used to my dot grid paper in my bujo. I was going to buy a planner, but considering the year is half over I didn't want to buy one. I also couldn't find a planner that had enough room on each day for what I wanted to write. (Hint: This is one of the reasons I started bullet journaling in the first place!) The only thing that I have found to work for me is if I have my to-do list on one half of the page, and the list of assignments received on the other half, and the whole other page is used to jot down questions and notes.
On the top under the date there's a triangle, that was a meeting I had on this day. Any meetings are listed right at the top under the date.
Do you have some kind of organizational routine that you use at work? Do you have a bullet journal or a planner specifically for work? I am getting so close to throwing this old lined journal out the window and picking up another Leuchtturm1917 and calling it a day! I ought to stick to this one though, and once I'm done using it I'll keep it at work so I can look back at each day if I need to.