All in Bullet Journal
Habit changing is not easy. I would very much like for it to be but the reality is that significant change takes significant effort. And minor change also requires significant effort. It’s a whole thing.
I haven't been enjoying my bullet journal lately. In fact, it's been causing me a lot of anxiety.
In this post, I break down the different types of trackers you can use to customise you bullet journal to best suit your needs.
A quick look at my March bullet journal spread and for your organisational pleasure, I've created a free printable of a March spread for you to use.
I'd like to introduce you to 3 bullet journaling logs that will help you keep track of your life - the monthly, weekly and daily log.
For your organisational pleasure, I've created a free printable of my February bullet journal spread for you to use.
I have come to understand the importance of having some idea of what you're going to be doing within at least a one year period, if you are interested in bettering yourself and your life, and actually accomplishing something.
You need to know what your goals are in order to have really good BuJo (see also: life), because if you don't, what are you working towards? What's the point?
So you may or may not have heard about something called "bullet journaling". And it may have piqued your interest or this is the first time you've heard the phrase. Either way, you're here, and let me introduce you to this truly wonderful world of customised organisation. After you...