The Bullet Journal is an analog system designed to track the past, organize the present, and plan for the future.
– Ryder Carroll, Inventor of the Bullet Journal method
A good weekly spread is the backbone of your bullet journal and will probably either make or break the habit. If you find them too complicated or tedious, it will be hard to keep at it. If you are not happy with the way they look or how creative you can get or the...
Mistakes, they are bound to happen. Maybe you misspelled a word, or a line is too long, or it does not look as pretty as you had hoped for. No matter your experience level you probably have had or will have to fix mistakes in your bullet journal. Let's get creative,...
Have you ever wondered how so many bullet journals are lovingly adorned with beautiful banners and why they look always crooked when you try to do draw them? This is totally me. And that is exactly why I am writing this post today: to help you hoist your banners and...
Don’t get discouraged if your letters don’t look like the one’s you see online. Discover real-life tricks in this brush lettering tutorial to get started.
Regularly adding a habit tracker to your bullet journal is a great way of improving your quality of life, adding a little bit of self care and getting ahead on your goals.
New Year, New You. This is absolutely possible and you are the only person who can renew and reinvent yourself. With every new year, comes the chance to look back on your last year and set resolutions on how to do/be/get better in the new year. Are you also one of the...
Review, reflect, rejig, reset: How your personal end-of-year review will help you crush your goals in 2019
Powerful end-of-year review in three steps to assess and appreciate this past year to set you up for success in 2019.
With the beginning of December and stores and houses decorated for the holiday season, it sure feels like winter is upon us. This is a great time to get a head start on your holiday goals and what better way to do that than in your favourite Bullet Journal? Here are 10 Winter Themes for you to include in your Bullet Journal that will get you on track with your goals and in the holiday mood.
If you can hold a pen and draw a line, you can tangle. It is that simple. In this guide, I’ll give you 10 step-by-step tangle patterns for beginners. You will be able to create beautiful and intricate artwork after following these super simple steps.
Are you overwhelmed by your daily to-do list and could use a break? Do you feel guilty about not feeling happy despite all that goes well in your life? You are not alone and you might not schedule enough “me-time” into your daily and weekly routine. Here are 12 monthly pages about self-care that you can include in your bullet journal.