What is a Bullet Journal?
Ryder Carroll, the creator of the Bullet Journal system, calls it “the analog system for the digital age.” Do you ever get overwhelmed by the blitz of digital information? I know I do!
Sometimes it’s hard to process all the emails, social media, online calendars, voicemail, texts, and so on. When I wake up in the morning, it’s super easy to get sucked right into the info-cyclone on my phone. Thirty or more notifications, emails to read, Facebook friends to stalk…The next thing I know, I’ve lost an hour, and my productivity for the day is struggling to keep afloat.
Enter Bullet Journaling. The best thing about it is that you literally only need two things: A notebook and a writing utensil. That’s it.
For a full overview of the original Bullet Journal system, check out www.bulletjournal.com. There are all kinds of cool videos and lots of great explanations for the system there, so I won’t go into an in-depth explanation here. However, I will post a few pictures of my own journal and share how I’ve adapted the Bullet Journal system to work for me!
However, I will post a few pictures of my own journal and share how I’ve adapted the Bullet Journal system to work for me! The best thing about Bullet Journaling is that it is 100% adaptable to your individual needs. Although I keep lots of information in digital format, the analog system works best for me.
Although I keep lots of information in digital format, the analog system works best for me. I use my bullet journal daily to note down everything from how many hours I worked, to what I ate, to notable memories.
Keep an eye out for future blog posts and updates with tutorials and ideas!