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October 30 is National Checklist Day. The origins of the checklist are a bit grim. In 1935, a pilot overlooked a small task, which resulted in a deadly crash. The result was the
standardization of the tasks that must be done every time: A checklist.
Most of us don’t make life-saving checklists. We’re simply trying to get our you-know-what together. Bullet Journals use checklists and, no surprise, bullet points to organize today, this week, this month and this year. And, of course, there’s an app for that.
Like Rocketbook, the Bullet Journal Companion combines real notebooks and virtual ones. You use it in conjunction with the BuJo® notebook (that’s cool speak for Bullet Journal, of course).