Classically Storyboarding My Day
Greetings and welcome once again to Steve's Organisational Column Of Insanity, where we discuss all things related to classical art and paper-based planning. Last month, I published a column in this space about using the D*I*Y Planner Storyboard template to organize your life. I thought I was being silly. I was not. A number of people took it quite seriously and I was informed by our man in Jerusalem Avi Solomon that I had stumbled on a terrifically useful organisational system. Well, I certainly didn't mean to do that, but, hey, go with the flow, that's my motto. I was thinking about my previous post, which was mentioned in LifeHacker (ahem, *self-satisfied smirk*) and I think one of its major drawbacks is that I can't draw my way out of a paper bag. I do have some art history training, however, and I thought that I might be able to apply that to my storyboarding idea. So, without further ado, here's my attempt to bring some culture to this space, my Classical Storyboarding Template.
Well, that's my attempt to bring both culture and efficiency to everyone's lives today. Until next time, keep your pen on the page and your head in the Renaissance.