I know it is a big task when we think about spending time on our self-improvement, but in the end, it is definitely worth it. As a child weren't you excited about learning new stuff and trying out different things? Today I'm sharing a brief about Bullet Journaling. You may choose to ignore it if you are organized in your life.
The Bullet Journal (BuJo) is a method of personal organization developed by Ryder Carroll, a designer based in New York. In his words, the BuJo is meant “to help you track the past, organize the present, and plan for the future.” It's an amazing system that keeps a record of everything you could ever want to toss at it. (Source: Google). The BuJo system is a mindfulness practice and disguised as a productivity system — as you plan, record, act, and accomplish (wow!).
Nothing can be more satisfying than ticking off tasks from a to-do list. BuJo encourages you to create a list of tasks and accomplish them — it is a way to kill procrastination and encourages you to get things done on a scheduled day. When it is written it happens — write it all, right from household chores to presentations to create. Then record observations to look back and learn from.
To-dos in a checklist have become our way of life. We any way scribble a lot of to-dos at several places. BuJo is a place where you can bring everything together — to-dos, events, things to buy, daily and monthly goals chores, wishlists, etc. Ask what you want the BuJo to do for you?
Once you have a general idea, build a system that suits your needs and art skills (if you like it that way). Getting a BuJo started is as easy as can be. You just need the most basic supplies that you already have.
To keep it simple, I am not mentioning BuJo methods like indexing, creating signs, etc. You can use your BuJo to its fullest potential only when you keep recording in it daily and keep a tab on it. Every bullet journal should include these collections in the following order:
You can create a BuJo anytime in a year. While you should create a key that fits your needs, Carroll recommends using the following symbols if you want to be a BuJo pro:
Whatever you call it — a planner, journal, or otherwise — as creator Ryder Carroll says, this method will help you live a more productive and meaningful life.
The author is sharing her personal experience with BuJo and also takes online pop-up journaling classes. Write your way ahead! https://bulletjournal.com/