What is Bullet Journaling?

Dear Fellow journalist,

The Bullet Journal is a planner system designed by Ryder Carroll which is also known as “BuJo”. The short explanation is that this type of journal is “a mindfulness practice disguised as a productivity system”. After reading that definition I was intrigued, so… I exploded further.

Unlike the journals that we have discussed in the past, a “BuJo” is part day planner, diary and written meditation with sections to write in daily to-do ‘s, a monthly calendar, goals, yearly reflections etc. Like a “regular” journal, you can start anytime. Carroll says “it’s easiest to start out with a daily log. You add art as needed.”

Every bullet journal should include an index, future log, monthly log, daily log, tasks, events, notes, priority, inspiration.

The video below shows how to set up this type of journal:

~Sallie

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