Un tracker alvéolaire pour le blog ☺🐝 pas facile- facile de dessiner quand une crevette de deux ans fait bouger la table toutes les douze secondes 😅 Je continue à vous montrer le contenu de mon bullet journal ? Ça vous inspire? 😉
Today I also started to make weekly planners to make myself feel more organised. I've included simple things of what I need to do each day, plus an added to do list for throughout the week. Other things that I thought were useful for me to put into my plan was a meal planner and my weekly expenditures as I am a student and think managing my budget whilst still being healthy is very important. I've also included a medication section, along with trackers for how much water I drink and how much sleep I get. The sleep graph I decided was especially important due to rarely not getting enough sleep at the moment and noticing the impact that it is having on my mood and day to day life. I also write the weather forecast for each day so I can be dressed prepared for the wintery days ahead!
Our fleet is approaching the Kerguelen Island in the Southern Ocean right now. The red area is the Exclusion Zone where they have a high risk of encountering ice. However, the ice detector system can only detect icebergs that are bigger than 100 meters squared so they still have chances to encounter ice out of this zone and have then a bad collision. Certainly, it is not just the wind gusts and the huge waves... It is the ice too. This is the Volvo Ocean Race and it is scary! 😱😱 I love my job and my amazing team! @volvooceanrace#Luckyme#Learning#Learningeveryday#Kerguelen#VolvoOceanRace#fleet#Boats#VO65#tracker#sailing#lovemyjob#grateful
It’s time to share my crazy dashboard for December! I’ll have to write a detailed blog post about it, but for now, the simple explanation is this: it tracks reading, degrees of moods, water, sleep, and habits.