Bullet Journal: Daily spread and my chubby hand. Left page is yesterday daily log and right page is for today, a comparison between end of the day and the beginning of a day. I filled up my time ladder with actual activities I did and color
My daily page in the end of the day. On the left of the time ladder is my schedule and the left is my actual activities (in summary). I colored the time box by work, personal, leisure, planning; leave it blank if it's
"Ready to start your Bullet Journal journey? Here are some DOs and DON'Ts to help you get started. If you are already Bullet Journaling, I'm curious to hear your DOs and DON'Ts and if some of ours are similar. Trying to be kind to myself.
I used to track a lot of these things on separate spreads, but I noticed I wasn't thinking of flipping to them often enough. So this monthly has an overview of literally all I need to track or remember. Took me like 2 hours to think about how/where to pla
12 Layout Ideas You’ll Want to Steal for Your Bullet Journal
Exactly six months ago I bought a blank Moleskine notebook. I had found some inspiration online about a Bullet Journal and wanted to give it a try. Now, six months, three notebooks and a bunch of pens later, I can tell you that this experience changed my
Bullet journaling to stay organized! Bullet journals are super customizable which is my favorite part. You can add anything you want to help you keep organized. I like to add tracking pages! Here are a ton of tracking page ideas!