Zim - A Desktop Wiki
The Bullet Journal Method was created as a pen & paper toolbox for rapidly logging whats going on day to day as well as organizing days, moths, years and projects into meaningful documents. It is a specific way of keeping a Daily Journal.
It's strongly recommended to read the basic intro online before continuing.
The easiest way to manage daily logs is to just use the calendar plugin
Tasks for a day can be managed using task bullets to signify
- not yet done
- canceled (on paper this line would be crossed with a straight line)
- migrated to the next day
- migrated to future logs
There are multiple options to handle Weekly Planning in Zim
- using a Weekly Journal to begin with
- creating a subpage under one of the weekdays to write it down there
- creating the tasks in the wiki pages of each weekday to begin with
Monthly Panning is best done shortly before the last day of the month.
Its a good opportinity to migrate tasks to the next month or future log as well as migrating tasks from the future log to then next months.
The future logs is best created as subpage of each yearas in the bullet journal method it gets migrated every time a new Journal Book is started.
Anectodal evidence says its common to use 2-3 Jurnal books per year so migrating the future log at least once per year helps to rearrache/repriorize the items in that log.