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Simon Janes BulletJournal is nice. I tend to just use blank copy paper for working topics out that I may not wish to keep bound. They get filed in the round-file if they don't pan out or in a file-cabinet for archival. I would use a BulletJournal format for anything "meta" (TODOs, Appointments, Contacts, Etc.) because that's what it's perfect for.
Itchap I am checking right now, it looks really interesting. Did you come across other similar methods?
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