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Bullet journaling has become wildly popular in the past couple of years, but what is bullet journaling? Many would describe it as equal parts day planner, diary, and written meditation. A bullet journal turns the chaos of coordinating life into a streamlined system that helps with being more productive and reaching personal and professional goals. The most important thing is a bullet journal needs to be effective. No matter how it can best serve its author is entirely up to them.
Starting a bullet journal can be intimidating. The most important thing to remember is there is no wrong way to do a bullet journal! Many get inspiration by looking at pages and collections of others on social media. You don’t have to be the exact same and perfection is overrated—no need to be a perfect Picasso to start bullet journaling. Remember a bullet journal is an entirely customizable system designed to suit your needs! I have a free ebook to help you along your bullet journaling journey. This ebook comes with my tips and tricks for starting a bullet journal and some amazing bonuses! Such as The Ultimate Bullet Journal Pages, Printable Stencils, Printable Stickers, and an A5 Printable Bullet Journal – Un-dated Simplistic Month Layout. This ebook is for busy, productive, and organized babes! Whether you have amazing artistic ability or none at all this Blueprint to Bullet Journaling will help you start and establish a new love for bullet journaling.
November Bullet Journal
For the theme this month I went with shades of pink, purple, and blue! I also kept the idea of plaid or patchwork throughout. I think this November Bullet Journal spreads are another favorite of mine.
The Title & Month At a Glance Page
The Goals & Mood Tracker Page
Highlights of the Day & Pages Read
Focus Log & Workout Plans
30 Days Self Care Challenge & Routines
This month I went back to the weekly spreads. The time blocking was getting hard to keep up with but was beneficial when my days did not have a set routine. Now that each day of the week is the same I don’t need to take the extra time to time block each day. I am bringing goals into each week and day this month. After reading some blog posts on motivation, I found that establishing 3 weekly goals and then 3 daily goals to help achieve those weekly goals were beneficial to many. Why not give it a try? Let’s see how it goes together!
Don’t forget to follow along on social media!
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