If you want to see how I've been using my bullet journal while social distancing and doing school from home, you've come to the right place!
I'm writing today because I've been trying some adventurous new things in my bullet journal that I wanted to share. More specifically, three different weekly layouts.
Daily logs are the most important module of the bullet journal system. Today, we're going to get past decorations and stylistic choices (which I do consider to be very important to my bullet journal!) to look at the framework for different types of bullet journal daily layouts. I have a list of four daily planning styles, accompanied by photos of various spreads I've used since I started bullet journaling, that I can't wait to share with you all!
It's time for another daily planning update! You may have noticed that I've been using a new type of weekly/daily planning spread in the past few months, so I thought it would be nice to go into a little more detail about how I've been using it.
Hi! So I thought it might be nice to start writing updates every once in a while about my daily planning process with my bullet journal, as my spreads are constantly evolving. In this update, I'll go over how I'm journaling currently: where I bullet journal, the supplies I always use, and what my daily spreads look like.
Hey there! I've finally gotten around to writing this next post in my Bullet Journal Building Blocks series! I think part of the reason why it took so long for me to write this is because I was feeling a little unsure of how to start. There are so many different ways to do a daily log in your bullet journal, but I'm gonna power through. I'm confident that this post is gonna be awesome!