I’ve started a bullet journal nearly two months ago and I’m totally happy with it. I got rid of all the bookmarks on my laptop and all the different paper notes, that stuck everywhere in my room. If you want to get some inspiration for your own bullet journal adventure, here are some sites you could visit: the official bullet journal website (from the guy who invented it), some bullet journal hacks, design inspiration and elements, different weekly spread inspiration. If you are on the hunt for some inspiration take a look at some Instagram accounts, like christina77star or boho.berry.
What I love about bullet journals is that you can design it however you want. You could make it very minimal (like me) or you can work with different colours, paper, tapes… The possibilities are endless here.
"It’s an analog system for the digital age that will help you organize the present, record the past, and plan for the future."
More videos about bullet journaling
There’s a ton of videos around the web, so don’t get overwhelmed. You can find a lot of ideas online, but the easiest way is to simply start your own journey. Maybe write a list of pages you want to have in your bullet journal and then just start it. You don’t have to buy an expensive journal right away. If you’re not sure if this system suits you, just take one the old journals lying around and try bullet journaling. If it feels right after some time, then buy a good journal (a Moleskin or a Leuchtturm).
Some of my bullet journal pages
Calendar (6 months) / Monthly spreads / Books to read / Books I read in 2016 / Wishlist / A guide of the Internet (with all the websites and blogs I like) / Library / Quotes / Period Dramas / Films I liked / Tv shows (I’ve watched) …
What you need to start your very own bullet journal
A Notebook / Some pens / What ever crafting material you like (washi tape, watercolour, some different colourful papers, glue, coloured pencils, markers …)2 Likes