Calling all Notion lovers! I made an aesthetic Notion page for my Japanese learning so I made it into a template in case anyone else wants to use it. Not everything in this template will apply to you (since I made it for me) but luckily it’s Notion we’re talking about, so everything is completely customizable!
Get the template for free ----> here <----
Select the three dots and then select “Duplicate page” to create your own page from the template.
I attached some screenshots so you can see what a few of the pages look like
I’ve been thinking about starting to use Notion but have been too lazy to get it set up. This template is too cute I think I’ll use it and finally get started with Notion. Thank you for making your set up as afree template:)
Not quite! “プロレスは諸行無常” means, roughly, that pro wrestling is about the impermanence of all worldly things. It’s a quote that I shamelessly stole from a tweet by Pro Wrestling NOAH wrestler Masa Kitamiya after he left his previous faction and was remarking on an interaction with Kenoh, the leader of that faction.
That quote is really key to my entire experience with pro wrestling, as well as a key motivation for me to learn Japanese (so that I can get the most out of wrestling stories as they are happening, since I won’t get another chance later), so it seemed like a good choice to feature here. The photo above it is of two tag partners (Go Shiozaki and Katsuhiko Nakajima) lighting sparklers together for their photobook, which came out literally right before they broke up . プロレスは諸行無常…
I ended up customizing and filling out the rest of this template so if @bellynx or anyone else wants to see my take on it, here you go! The biggest change is that I tend to have my windows open at a smaller size, so it’s better optimized for viewing in a smaller window (four columns can be a bit much, for example, and charts/tables need a little more breathing room).
I’m really liking Notion so far, so thank you for introducing me to it! I thought at first that I’d delete the timer widget, because I never really use timers, but I tried it out first, and lo and behold, having a timer did in fact help me be more productive!