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Daily Productive Sharing 131 - How to block time with paper and pen?
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(The English version follows)
在之前的分享中，我们介绍过 time blocking 这一时间规划方式，今天的作者在旅行笔记本上践行这一方式：
使用周历安排每天的计划，先将每天最重要的事情 block 出来；
在 block 之间安排其他事项；
将笔记本和 app 有机结合起来，各取所长。
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In our previous sharing, we introduced time blocking as a way of planning time several times, and today's author is practicing it in her travel notebook:
use a weekly calendar to plan each day, blocking out the most important things for each day first.
schedule other things in between blocks.
use a monthly calendar to plan/track your important schedule.
combine the notebook and the app to make the best of each.
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Planners are incredibly useful tools. They stand as a road to where you’re going, but also as a record of where you’ve been.
Each morning, I plan out the biggest chunks of my day. There’s usually a “Wake” time somewhere in there, followed by an hour of “Prep” (which may include a tasty cup of coffee with colleagues at the office), and then the major events for the day.
I block things out each morning and try to provide at least some sort of roadmap for the next 16 hours of awake time.
I find this works best to look at in the days leading up to a new month, as I attempt to keep reasonable track of different major events in the monthly spreads.
This Monthly notebook is strictly a monthly planner — I use it to plan months in a general way. I then translate some monthly plans into the Weekly Vertical notebook if I plan to complete something within a given week.
The work itself is more important than the planning, after all.
This index is my attempt at mitigating the major shortfall of using a physical notebook for idea-making and planning: searching and categorizing.