I'm a note taker. I regularly write down new ideas for art projects, magazine articles and blog posts. I also record quotations that capture my fancy.
However, I'm not very organized about recording my ideas. I usually use what ever is close at hand - blue line pads, Post It notes, backs of envelopes, sketchpads, notebooks and more. Problems arise when I try to track down a good idea and flesh it out. I then need to go through piles of papers and clutter.
Enter the Bullet Journal as described on their site - "For the list-makers, the note-takers, the Post-It note pilots, the track-keepers, and the dabbling doodlers. Bullet journal is for those who feel there are few platforms as powerful as the blank paper page. It’s an analog system for the digital age that will help you organize the present, record the past, and plan for the future."
Ryder Carroll, Art Director and Interaction Designer is the developer of this great system. Check out the Bullet Journal site for more details. There's also a video describing the system on the site.
I'm wondering if a Bullet Journal might also be used for capturing art drawings. Regardless, I'm going to start a Bullet Journal. How about you?