Paw Prints — Trigg

Trigging in progress

Posted by Scribble Monboddo on

Having waxed lyrical about the impressively thought-through and mindfully mindful Trigg Life Mapper, I thought I'd share the fruits of my first week with the product itself.

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Trigg Life Mapper

Posted by Scribble Monboddo on

The rather nice chap who owns Nero's Notes quite often sends me tools, schemes and cunning wheezes for getting organised, clarifying goals and generally being more productive. It's almost like he's trying to tell me something. But when the Trigg Life Mapper 2019 thumped through the letterbox I had to admit I was seriously impressed. If this doesn't sort out the whirling vortex of chaos that next year looks set to be otherwise, nothing much will. Now, I know what a trig point is, of course. I'm a hiker, and in the far-off days before GPS this was the spot...

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Getting to Know...Trigg

Posted by Stuart Lennon on

We spoke to Bree and Matthew, the folk behind the Trigg Life Mapper. What’s behind your concept? We designed Trigg to solve our own problems, yet these issues are rife among most peoples' days and we hope you can find benefit and relief quickly. We have very typical lives and jobs. Matthew is a writer and an event producer, whilst Bree is a graphic designer. Both of us have become productivity geeks, inspired by experts such as Stephen Covey, Chris Guillebeau, Leo Babauta, and Charles Duhigg amongst many others.   Both of us have also suffered our fair share of misfortune. Life...

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Planning Regime - Update

Posted by Stuart Lennon on

February is drawing to a close; time then to review where I am with my planning routine. I set out my plans here. On 1857 (a podcast that I do with TJ Cosgrove), I intimated that I was aware that the regime was going to be tough to maintain. I was using a pair of desk books, my Trigg Life-Mapper and my diary from Smythson. These two books have different features. The Trigg is day-to-page, with proscribed sections for To Do, Plan, Delegate, Delay and room for four appointments. Built into the book are areas for planning and goal-setting.  The...

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Trigg Life Mapper Review

Posted by Stuart Lennon on

Very much the nervous new boy at school, I wandered around the Stationery Show in April. I had taken the reins at Pocket Notebooks a scant two months previously. I came across Matthew and his weighty Life Mapper books and was delighted to find someone willing to chat. At 635 grams, this is no pocket notebook.  The Life Mapper is turquoise and has a lovely soft-touch cover that has been engraved with a complex, yet appealing symbol. The book is unmistakably of high quality. I love the colour-coding. I have written in it with my Pilot Custom 823 - and...

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