I began looking into Bullet Journals in 2018. The process started off with me stumbling upon it on YouTube as my recommendations. I love that I clicked the video because it has changed my life and how I think about organizing and planning out tasks. However, it was just a few weeks ago where I read about Ryder Carroll and how he wrote the Bullet Journal book. I am still deciding whether I should stick to a minimal approach to bullet journaling or design each page with its on theme. With aesthetic pic, drawings and nice writing.
His process and how he discovered the perfect way to plan and organize daily tasks is perfect for those who wish to manage their time.
Track the Past, Order the Present, Design the Future
In the picture above, I have my Muji Collections Bullet Journal and my first Leuchtturm1917 Bullet Journal. As well as some of my journaling supplies, which include: Muji pens and pencil, ruler, Sakura Micron pens, Zebra Midliners, and my handmade stickers.
I use my Muji Collections Journal for tracking my lists of many subjects:
- Seize the Day (@MistralSpirit)
- Thoughts Page
- Movie List
- TV Show List/ KDrama
- Book List
- Music List
- Stuff I Should Look Into
- Some Words & Art Inspiration
- Planner Inspirations
- Workout Plans
- Food Plans & Some Recipes
- Skin Care Routine
So far in my Leuchtturm1917 Bullet Journal I have just one page and it’s a Quotes page :p and the other page is supposed to be a Year at a Glance. Haven’t been able to get around to complete it and it is already 2019! I will get to it soon enough; when I do I will update my blog and post pictures of my collections as well. Just in case anyone is looking for inspiration for their bullet journal spreads.