A while back, I shared a post about Bullet Journaling, and why I chose that method for planning out my time. Today, I wanted to give you an updated look at how I’ve come to use my journal.
Note: If you haven’t tried Bullet Journaling, just yet, feel free to visit my previous post to learn more about the system.
So, in the beginning of using my journal, I had to try several different layouts. I wanted to be able to track my health, as well as my business activities, and then my personal items, as well. After a while, I decided that I liked this layout best:
On the left-hand page, I have just the days of the week listed Monday through Sunday. This gives me lots of room to note what I have going on. Then, on the right-hand page, I have the “week of…”, a large “Notes” section (where I jot down what went well, or what didn’t, and that sort of thing — anything important I want to remember), and below that, a section for 3 things I’m grateful for that week, and my weight-loss progress.
(^^ a couple of closer-up views)
I also have a color code that I use when making notes (though, all you see in the pictures above are the “Gym” reminders).
And, that’s it! That’s how I’ve chosen to do my Bullet Journal system, for now. Everything else (the monthly pages, brain dump area, etc) is all the same.
I’m still using the same book from 2016, as I stopped tracking for a while, and only recently picked it back up. So there’s still plenty of room. Once again, this is why I love the bullet journal — for its flexibility!
Want to see more about Bullet Journaling? Check out a few of my favorite posts done by others!
Tiny Ray of Sunshine’s “Thorough Guide to Bullet Journaling”
(as well as “The 8 Stages of Bullet Journaling Addiction“, on that same blog^)
Modern Mrs. Darcy’s “My 3 Favorite Tips & Tricks After 3 Months with the Bullet Journal”