Hi AJ, thanks for reading!

I’m actually using the official Bullet Journal, which is made by Leuchtturm1917. It’s absolutely not necessary but I want to directly support Ryder since his method has become pivotal to my workflow. I’m unfamiliar with the Moleskine smart writing system but I assume it makes it easier to transfer your notes to a screen. I think that could be useful, especially for storing your notes in a safe and secure place but, for me, it’s important to reread your notes in a physical notebook rather than on a screen. The tactile aspect of working with something physical is important to how I memorize. Although, for convenience, referring to things on your laptop or tablet would be immensely useful. I also hesitate on the price tag.

I’d love to hear about your experience with it so far.

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