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One notebook could replace all the productivity apps that have failed you | Popular Science

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Decades of studies have demonstrated a positive correlation between writing (particularly journaling) and health.... lower blood pressure, improved immune function, and fewer visits to the doctor... better relationships, improved memory, and more success at work... therapists often use journaling to get their patients to better understand how parts of their lives relate to each other...
Bullet journals... collections of tasks and ideas that span ... physical, mental, and emotional life... well-suited for synthesizing information and drawing conclusions... By treating task lists like archival records of your life... letting yourself feel proud of small accomplishments...

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