What TF is a Bullet Journal? | A Complete Guide
No matter what you do, you can’t seem to get your life together. From planners, calendars, to mobile apps, you've tried everything to organize your appointments, assignments, and work schedules. Someone had mentioned to you to try out bullet journaling, but what is a bullet journal (bujo)?
What is a BUJO?
The Four Key Components
1. Rapid Logging
Note taking is long and tiresome. Rapid logging is a form of short note-taking - or bullets.
Examples of Bullets:
- Migrated Tasks: Tasks that have been to the next day, month, or another list
- Schedule Tasks: These tasks have specific due dates.
- Completed Task
As you can see, I made my own bullets to represent daily intentions, gratitude bullets, and questions!
Use collections to organize your entries. Create shopping lists, to-do lists, notes, or a list of your goals.
The Three Main Core Collections
- Monthly Log: The monthly log is a calendar that organizes your monthly tasks.
- Daily Log: This log helps you schedule everyday tasks.
- Future Log: Use this log to store tasks, dates, or appointments months in advance.
This is your table of contents. Use the first pages of your journal to keep track of your collections and their page numbers so that you can quickly find them!
Why Bullet Journal?
Whether you’ve tried using a traditional paper planner or can’t figure out how to use your mobile calendar app, bullet journaling is a one-size-fits-all-solution for people that want to be organized and productive. For many, the bullet journal can relieve stress, bring clarity, or just be a creative outlet! So gather up all of your essentials and learn how to start your bullet journal today.
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