I recommended in my last post that you think about what you want a journal / planner to do for you. The second tip I’ll give you is to buy a cheap notebook and try out the Bullet Journal according to the video and tips that Ryder gives you. Start with the basics until you get the hang of it, then customize it to your heart’s content. You will find there are a lot of ways to do that, too. People are ingenious when it comes to their BuJos. Continue reading
Welcome to the world of Bullet Journals. If your life is filled with bits and pieces you are constantly trying to keep track of, you’ve come to the right place. And I just don’t mean your to-do list(s). I am also referring to a place to keep your bucket list, your dreams, your goals and collections of infinite numbers of ideas, all organized in a way that you can find them easily.
I search for new ideas on journaling all the time… Soul journals, art journals, monthly snap shot journals. I love journaling. I love making lists. When I saw a reference to a Bullet Journal (or BuJo for short), I was in heaven. I tried it for a week, thought it was a disappointing crock, gave up on it but couldn’t get it out of my mind. So I went back and tried it again. My second attempt has been FABULOUS. So now I’m an addict, and I’ve taught it to Cee, as you might have seen in our Share Your World entries from this week.