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Using a Legend/ Key to Organise Your Day

If you’ve been following this series you will have been writing your weekly lists for two weeks now and thinking about migrating tasks for the last week. 610 more words


To Migrate or not to Migrate - that is the question. 

If you read my previous post here, then you’ve hopefully spent the week trying out the basic Bullet Journal process of writing a daily list of tasks, having a go at completing them and marking off your progress. 427 more words


Dedicated to my Dad - How to Start Your First Bullet Journal - Part 1

After a career working in the rail industry, my dad retired four years ago. He’s now in that wonderful period of life where you get up when you want, do whatever takes your fancy and then retire to bed whenever you feel like it because you know that there isn’t going to be an alarm demanding that you get out of bed at some ungodly hour! 427 more words


9 Tips for keeping your Resolutions

I hope you all had fun over the holidays and are looking forward to 2017 (because let’s face it, it can’t be any worse than 2016, am I right?) 1,021 more words


RAG sheets for GCSE Art and Photography

To aid my year 10 and 11 classes with planning their mock exams this term I have created a set of RAG sheets for them to complete at the start and end of the lesson. 107 more words

GCSE Art And Design


Held Friday 4th November 2016 at the Island Queen, Islington

ATTENDING – Steve Bignell, Richard Burgess, Stuart Carter, Ian Daffern, Chris Dane, Mike Delanian, Mike Herlihy, Phil Hill, Ian Porton, Steve Rennie, Stewart Taylor, Andy Ward, Matt Webster, Chris Wright (14) 657 more words