I am new to the whole bullet journaling concept, but so far I’ve been really loving it. It has been helping me stay on top of my goals, and helping me stay organized.
Now, what is a bullet journal?
According to Wikipedia, the definition of a bullet journal is a method of personal organization developed by designer Ryder Carroll. It organizes scheduling, reminders, to-do lists, brainstorming and other tasks in a single notebook.
And, I’m loving it. I love that everything that I need is all in one place, and it’s helping me stay on track.
Like journaling, many people want to start a bullet journal but are constantly unsure how to get started. Here are some ideas for those who want to get started, but don’t know where to begin:
- Year in Review
- Yearly Goals
- Monthly Goals
- Weekly Goals
- Week at a Glance
- To-Do lists
- Books to Read
- Crafts to Do
- Vision Board
- Savings Goals
- TV Shows You Want to Watch
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Oh, so organized. I scribble all my stuff in a pile of composition notebooks which are presently falling off my nightstand.