When you love TV shows, books, and movies as much as me, then you need to keep a list! There's so much entertainment out there, and it's so easy to forget suggestions or upcoming shows. My solution is a Post-It bank in my bullet journal for an interactive and flexible show tracker. Now I can always have a waiting list of awesome media to enjoy!

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  1. Okay, I know this isn’t what this post is about, but I think you may have just solved my to-do list backlog issue. I’ve been musing for days on how to best deal with those big, hulking tasks (things like “declutter the flat”). I know they need to be broken down into sub-tasks, but I often don’t think of all the sub-tasks when I first write it down on my master list. I’ve tried two different master lists (one of which involved a complicated indexing system) and incorporating Trello and the bujo lists got messy while the Trello just didn’t work with my bujo planning routine.

    And then I found this post and as I was reading something clicked. Post-its! I can create a Backlog spread and separate it into broad categories, then add all the sub-tasks on Post-it flags, so it’s easy to keep related tasks together.

    I’m going to plitter about with this this weekend so we’ll see how it goes, but thank you so much for the idea!

    1. I’m so glad this post provided that missing link! It’s funny how it sort of pops out of nowhere, isn’t it? 😀 You should totally post your resulting list on my Facebook page so I can see what you come up with! Good luck!

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