Rocket Book

At the beginning of the year I decided to start a bullet style journal. I am not sure what I'm doing yet but so far it seems to help me keep up with the things I need to do, goals for the month and blogging ideas.

I purchased a reusable smart notebook called a RocketBook Everlast and I love it.


This particular style has 36 pages (18 sheets) that can be used over and over as much as you want. What's so cool about this note book is that when you no longer need a page of notes you can simply moisten the fiber cloth (included) and erase the page and start over. Sort of like a dry erase board in a book. Pretty cool huh?


One of the other styles (called the Wave), you put in the microwave to erase the sheets. I can not see myself doing that and the pages only work through a few uses.

With RocketBook you can down load the RocketBook app and simply scan a page of notes then save it to an online file of your choice. That way you can keep your important stuff safe and at your fingertips.



So far this book has helped me stay accountable. I love to sit down at night and look at what I have accomplished and what I need to work on.

I tried to use a planner but I never stuck to it. I would start each month faithfully, but once I messed up, it looked messy and I would lose interest.

With the RocketBook, if I mess up or need to change something, I can simply just erase it. I will be using the RocketBook for ideas, blog, social media, etc. I plan to continue using my Google calendar on my iPad and iPhone to keep events and appointments.

You never know how busy you are until you start writing it all down.


I suggest the "Everlast"
includes: one FriXion pen and micro fiber cloth.

Find RocketBook 





16 comments

  1. I never stick with my planner either! This looks really cool!

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  2. I am getting so set in my ways, nothing seems to change. When in business I did use a planner, it worked for me. Now that we have 6 Saturdays and one Sunday, Sherry keeps me straight.
    But this does sound like a great idea, and yes, I think you are sorta one of 'em neat folk who can't stand a messy page. (truthfully, I can't either)
    Love from a cool Florida
    Sherry & jack

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  3. I must share this with my daughter, Lisa - she loves her bullet journal, and my older daughter has just started one as well.

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  4. I don't know if I want to know how busy I am! :)
    Really though, it sounds like a good idea.

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    1. I was surprised. Seeing it all written down, I hope it does not start stressing me out. Haha.

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  5. I’m doing a bullet journal in one of the dot books. I’ve never tried to be creative with my journals but that is my goal for this journal. I think it will help be be more creative in other areas too.
    I will have to look at the Rocket Jo because I can think of a lot of uses for that.

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  6. I love this idea! One of my biggest problems is having a bit of time to get some things done, but then no idea what I should knock off the list. This sounds like a great way to focus the brain.

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    1. Me too! I'm afraid it would stress me out but I just go with the flow. I have my ideas written down and add more as I think of them. As I accomplish something, I will mark it off. It will be interesting at the end of the month to see how well I did.

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  7. This planner sounds nice Lisa and perfect for staying organized. I like using my phone calendar.

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  8. This looks good.
    I refer to my dairy every day and write notes, but I've never tried a planner, I just have a 'to do' pad.

    All the best Jan

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