“What if I run out of room?”

🧏🏼 I hear this all the time, and I get it. Just keep in mind that your information really does need to breathe. You’ll get better at managing space as you practice (and in a pinch, you can always add a second page!

➡️ When we leave space, we make sure that we’re able to make connections with new information. If we cram ideas too close together then we won’t have room for things that might be mentioned later on.

✏️And don’t worry about having too much space left at the end—you can fill it in with a drawing that relates to the concept or choose to leave it be. In this graphic below the grey areas represent the empty breathing space.

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