Many turn to bullet journaling to get organised, for mental well-being

The old-school practice of putting pen to paper has seen a revival in recent years with bullet journaling. PHOTO: ADA EE/ONEKINDLETTERER
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SINGAPORE - During the two-month circuit breaker in 2020, Ms Kelly Yu found that the days were blurring together.

"I couldn't remember what I did. I felt that the time was lost," says the South Korea-born Singapore permanent resident.

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