We just took a large order from a retail customer who sells our Rhodia Weekly Planner as a bullet journal. It seems their customers use the days-on-left for events, deadlines and so on; and the Rhodia grid on the right to jot goals, tasks, etc. The days and the open space conveniently displayed make for a good daily and weekly log.
Do traditional grids vs. dot grids provide a tighter organizational system? Or, do you prefer the more “open space” of lined or blank pages when you draft lists and goals?