Feb 15, 2019
In 2013, Brooklyn-based designer Ryder Carroll took the productivity world by storm when he introduced bullet journaling, a method that he developed to stay organized without being restricted to a pre-formatted planner template. Those who adopt the system are wildly passionate about it, these loyal followers are proud to call themselves productivity-loving nerds, who not only use it themselves but love to teach others how to harness this artform. We are thrilled to speak with one of these teachers, Sara Golby is the queen of the pens!
Sarah started her journey while
working as a manager at an environmental consulting company. While
wandering rural Alberta conducting inspections, tracking
multi-million dollar projects, leading 35 staff members, and trying
to maintain a personal life, she had to have a way to stay on top
of everything. Apps weren’t working, three different notebooks were
too much to handle, and limping along with six different systems
was letting life slip through the cracks.
Then she discovered Bullet Journaling, and created one system to rule them all.