Project Planning, Scheduling, and Bullet Journal

I have read several articles or posts recently talking about how Bullet Journals are ineffective and take too much time and do not result in productivity. The complaint that a lot of people have is that a Bullet Journal requires you to make fancy layouts that need to be constantly redrawn, which takes a lot of time and is more artsy than…

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Writing riveting mystery, suspense, and young adult fiction about real life issues.

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