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Simple Ways to Boost Your Productivity

The end of 2021 is almost upon us. A time to take stock of where you are in life, what your current hopes and desires are. And a time to discover what do you want to do with the next quarter of 2022.


So how do you get motivated?  The the most important step of all is to actually make a start! One idea that really sparked my interest is Bullet Journalling. There is a wonderful guide you can buy, written by Ryder Carroll. The book helps you to work out a system that suits you. Together with the book, and some fantastic new stationery, you will be ready to go. Write something in your journal, put pen to paper and make your mark.

Bullet Journalling

Once you have read about the basics of Bullet Journalling, write everything that is currently on your mind. It really does motivate you once you write it all down into an easy-to-follow system. You will have dates to stick to and tasks to achieve and, by indexing them, you can easily find where you are.

Bullet Journalling is a way of multitasking, of having a number of projects all on the go at any one time, that are easily traceable. And for me, I find this very motivating. I made a start – I wrote down my Future Log for the next 6 months; my Monthly Log and 3 Main Goals for the year. And I am up and running! Of course it helps having some time away, a little break from it all! 

Boost your Productivity with a Staycation at Bowerland

A break is exactly what Bowerland can offer you with one of our staycation packages. You can try Bullet Journalling to separate all the goals you want to achieve in your dog training, together with all your aims and desires for 2022. Come along and give it a go!

I hope you find these tips helpful. Read more of my Monday blogs HERE.

Help to stay motivated – come and stay with us in our cottage style apartments. Make the most of our fantastic onsite training facilities, right in the heart of Dartmoor.


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