This is my simplified version of the weekly master plan, based on Peter Voogd’s presentation at Creative Live.
Category: Daily Routines
Journaling is often associated with our personal life, something we do privately for ourselves. We keep a journal by our bedside and indulge in our frustrations, fears and desires. Writing in a journal can be seen as therapy for the soul: it helps us reflect on our daily lives, calm us down and bring clarity.
Do you remember what you did on November 22 last year? Two years from now? What projects did you work on? What people did you meet? What things did you care about, what thoughts were circling through your mind?
Isn’t it sad that most of our days disappear without a trace, and not a single person – even you – remember any details? This is a true fact for most of us. Unless something unusual happened on a specific day, the day gets lost in a sea of days, weeks, years…