This post will be all about materials you may need to get started. Obviously this list will accordion based on what you already have, but I wanted this post to be a one-stop-shop for materials you may absolutely pick up in order to get started on the right foot.
In the few months since I started using my bullet journal, I've come up with a small gathering of accessories that I'd like to share with you, including pens, washi tape, correction tape, masking stickers, and more.
You want to start a new habit or routine. You want to “exercise more” and “eat healthier,” but without a set routine your goal may feel futile and too flexible. There’s an easy way to fix that: with an accountability calendar.
I am keeping all of my life in one bullet journal, including personal, blog, and business stuff. If I had multiple bullet journals I feel like I would be overwhelmed! I'm glad to have everything in one place, so I hope it works out in the end. While I'm using my bujo for everything in my life, this post will be focused on how I'm using my bujo for my blog and business.
Bullet journaling is a productivity and planning tool created by Ryder Carroll, a NY-based digital product designer. Here's a post on what bullet journaling is, why to do it, how I plan to bullet journal, as well as a lot of awesome resources.
Meal planning was always impossible for me for whatever reason. I could never plan far ahead enough, leaving me with whatever was easiest to make for the night, or just reheating leftovers. Somewhere along the line I learned how to meal plan for the week, and it has a lot to do with my bullet journal.
The Done List can help you keep a healthy balance of all three by helping you recognize your accomplishments.