...a fun and effective way to gather your thoughts and lead a more organized life...
Pages in a bullet journal are called spreads. I prefer to make my spreads very artistic but also effective. Inspiration for spread can be found online but I use Pinterest. Different themes can be used for different monthly spreads.
Who is this for?
People of all ages can use this idea. I am a teenager and find this effective but my pre-teen cousin also uses the method and enjoys it.
Starting a bullet journal is not expensive. Materials normally needed for bullet journaling are: pen, pencil, markers, and wash-tape.
A note from f.e.c.
Omo introduced me to bullet journaling last year and it has made all the difference. Since your bullet journal can be as big or small as you want, your imagination is the only limit. I use to it track habits (drinking enough water, exercising or writing daily). For creators, if your goal is to create a daily writing/drawing (insert creative pursuit here) habit, this is a nice way to get on track. For writers, the calendar spread is also a great way to visualize how your writing is coming along and see whether you are on track or if you need to adjust your expectations. Back in 2018, I wrote about creating S.M.A.R.T. goals and adjusting your goals to reach your nirvana, so check out those posts.
In conclusion, bullet journaling is a fun and effective technique to gather your thoughts and lead a more organized life.
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chasing that creative spark that sets everything in motion...