I’ve been keeping notes and todos in one notebook or another for years. I prefer it that way, but it can be difficult to find things later and sometimes I can’t decide what goes in the notebook and what goes elsewhere and why. Ryder Carroll recently solved those issues for me by created a wonderful and slightly more structured system called The Bullet Journal. It’s simple and flexible but contains enough process to make it the first paper-based “system” I’ve ever stuck with for any length of time.

He’s now started a Kickstarter project so I backed it immediately.

This Kickstarter campaign will fund development of the next version of bulletjournal.com: a stronger, smarter, more intuitive platform that will make it easy for users to find and contribute new methods to make the Bullet Journal system even more useful and effective. The new site will serve as a free library for the ever-growing catalog of productivity methods. The revamped site will also feature fresh tutorials, videos, reviews, resources, and so much more!

Including a Leuchtturm1917 notebook makes it worth the price of admission. I like them much better than the typical Moleskine.

Here’s hoping it gets funded!