I have not posted here for the longest time about bullet journaling, despite the fact that I still am doing that up to now. Amazing, really. I have never really stuck with any sort of planner for this long–almost the whole year now, just whoa! I guess I can finally say I’ve found planner peace?
Anyway, the thing is I’m happily planning to continue with this system until the next year (which is just a few short weeks away!). And, to level up a bit, I will no longer be using a pre-printed planner, but a nice new dotted notebook from Victoria’s Journals! Excited person that I am, I have already started doing some of the pages. One such page I just finished and would like to share is this Fuzzy Logic Mood Tracker:
This is my version of the popular Year in Pixels. It’s kinda hard to judge my my moods as “slightly happy” or “kinda sad” so I just used fuzzy logic as a standard measurement of how high or down I feel during most of the day. Also as a nod to my college/graduate degree.
What is fuzzy logic anyway? According to Wikipedia:
Fuzzy logic is a form of many-valued logic in which the truth values of variables may be any real number between 0 and 1. It is employed to handle the concept of partial truth, where the truth value may range between completely true and completely false. … Furthermore, when linguistic variables are used, these degrees may be managed by specific (membership) functions.
It’s basically just assigning values per degree relative to how true or false certain data are. Or in my case, how high or how low I feel during most of the day. I’ve assigned colors per value, ranging from gold (highest or +2) to black (lowest or -2). I also made a small table to summarize each month to gauge my moods and get a better hold on my sanity.
This is just one of the many features/collections I’m planning to put on my 2018 Bullet Journal. I have a couple more that are already finished but they’re private stuff so I’m not posting them anytime soon. But there’s still several that I’m working on that I’m excited to share here as well. Hopefully I can blog about them sooner rather than later. 🙂