L is for… Lists

Lists can be written anywhere and about anything.

All your notebooks probably include lists of some kind within then anyway. Or you might include them in your bullet journal. Or you may even have a dedicated listbook like listography. But even if you don’t have or want a list book, you may wish to consider having a back pocket notebook dedicated to your personal lists. Word Notebooks and grid notebooks are great for writing lists.

A DIY version can be nicely written on the go and can keep all your lists in one place rather than scattered all over the place. If you use a monthly notebooks approach you can use your monthly notebook to input into the list notebook at the end of the month or during a later review.

Ideas for what to write lists about might be books to read, movies to watch, bucket list ideas, places to visit, someday list.

Share your list ideas in the comments.

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