I’m always writing about how much I love the flexibility of bullet journaling. In particular, I love it’s ability to become anything I need it to: diary, planner, notebook, sketchbook etc. However, a bullet journal doesn’t have to be used for everything. I have experimented with the bullet journaling system for over a year, using different methods of planning, tracking and logging. Now I have a customised system that works incredibly well for me, and there are just three tasks that I don’t use bullet journaling for.
Are you having a hard time deciding whether or not use a weekly spread in your bullet journal? Hand drawn weekly spreads can be time consuming to set up and maintain. Plus, using a weekly spread is sometimes thought to oppose the original bullet journaling system, created by Ryder Carroll, which uses monthly and daily logging. However, bullet journaling is a flexible system and it’s ok to customise your journal to suit your needs. A well designed weekly spread can bring structure to your bullet journal, improve productivity and provide a satisfying creative outlet. Today I’m sharing some practical ways to use a bullet journal weekly spread.
Have you grabbed your free printable planner kit? Click the link below to get access to my free Planner Lovers Resource Library. This exclusive printable kit contains pretty box-style planner stickers, super cute co-ordinating mini note-paper, two gorgeous mandalas to colour AND a sheet of hand drawn banners and doodles! This kit is bang on trend and perfect no matter what type of planner you are using. Today I’m sharing tips and ideas for printing these goodies and decorating your planner, diary or notebook.
Track your moods throughout the month to learn more about yourself and achieve better health. My free printable mood tracker for the Bullet Journal is a fun way to keep track of your moods. As you colour-in your tracker you will recognise patterns in your moods, and learn about the positive and negative influencers that trigger a particular mood. Today I’m sharing my free printable mood tracker along with tips for how to use the tracker, and the benefits of tracking your moods in the Bullet journal.
Cultivating a weekly gratitude practice can do wonders for your health and wellbeing. Anyone can practice gratitude. It only takes a few minutes, and doesn’t cost any money. Keeping a gratitude journal is a wonderful way to say ‘thank you’ for all the good in your life. Each week I add to my monthly Gratitude Jar, in my Bullet journal, with the things I’m grateful for. It’s a fun, easy, way to make gratitude a habit. Having an ‘attitude of gratitude’ has seriously changed my life. Today I’m sharing my tips for practicing gratitude, including a free printable version of my Bullet journal gratitude jar.