Bullet Journaling

I’ve been bullet journaling since July 2017, and let me tell you: it has absolutely changed my life. Today, while I’m not 100% organized, using the Bullet Journal method helps me straighten up and get things DONE. It holds me accountable, reminds me of important dates, gives me a space to vent my thoughts and feelings, keeps track of my fondest memories, and so much more. I cannot recommend this organizational system enough!

I won’t go into details of what exactly a bullet journal entails—there are already so many resources available, and it seems repetitive for me to type it all out (but if you have a question or want to clarify something, you can definitely ask me!!) See below for specs of my life as a Bullet Journal Junkie.

Current Journal: Tumbitri Meri’s 220-page A5 Dotted Journal, 160 GSM

Journal Cover: A5 Galen Leather Refillable Journal Cover

Past Journals Used:

Minimalism Art City Notebook (San Francisco)
Rhodia Goalbook
Leuchtterm 1917

Pens, Markers & Tools:

  • Most Frequently Used
    • Uni-ball Signo 0.28mm, retractable black & assorted colors
    • Uni-ball Signo 0.38mm, retractable black
    • Crayola Supertips 100-pack
    • Acurit Vanish 4-in-1 Artist Eraser
    • 0.7mm Mechanical Pencil
    • Alvin TD116 All Purpose Template (Ruler)
  • For Special Occasions
    • Tombow Dual Brush Pen Markers & Blender
    • Pilot FriXion Erasable Gel Pen, 0.7mm
  • Tried & Did Not Care For
    • Faber-Castell PITT Artist Pens
    • Srasi Metal Stencils
    • Tombow MONO Adhesive Dot Runner

Regularly Used Bullet Journal Spreads:

  • Future Log
  • Birthday Calendar
  • Monthly
    • Front page, with quotes or fun facts
    • Minimalist vertical calendar
    • Mini calendar
    • Habit tracker
    • Gratitude Log
    • Finances
  • Weekly
    • Mini calendar
    • Spaces for each day of the week
    • Weather
    • Homework & Study
    • Designated space for Fun Facts
    • Free space for random journaling
  • Special Events/Travel/Concerts
    • Itinerary
    • Packing List
    • Finances
    • Free space for Photos & random journaling
  • Trackers
    • Books
    • Concert Tickets

That’s all I can think of. If you have other inquiries about how I use my bullet journal, or any other related questions, post them in the comments below! Thanks for ‘ing out my blog (Get it?!) ♡

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