• Bujo Basics

    Rapid Logging – Bullet Journal Basics

    When it’s all said and done, bullet journaling is just a glorified to-do list. (Though I can argue for hours about why it’s so much more than that, but that’s not the point of this entry). After all, Bullet Journaling got its name because it consists of bulleted lists. Wow, genius. The key difference between your bujo and a really nice to-do list is one thing: Rapid Logging. What is Rapid Logging? Rapid logging is the basis of all bullet journaling. Essentially, it is a much quicker and efficient way of journaling or note-taking. Think of it as a short-form notation. It’s made of two main things: bullets and signifiers.…

  • Bullet Journaling 101: How to get started
    Bujo Basics

    Bullet Journaling 101: How To Get Started

    Are you someone who has a hard time scheduling something? Do you have long-term goals that you never seem to complete because you can’t track them? Do you have so many different personal or work projects that it’s hard to keep track? Then bullet journaling may be for you. With a bullet journal, you can keep track of any and everything all in one place, from meal planning, work projects, daily to-dos, whatever! If you aren’t convinced, check out my blog on the benefits of bullet journaling. But if you ARE convinced, you might be asking, “how do I start?”. You’re in the right place. WHAT YOU NEED: Any blank…

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    The Benefits of Bullet Journaling

    Why should you even start a bullet journal? What’s in it for you? Well aside from helping you stay organized, there are many benefits to bullet journaling. I’ve got 7 ways listed below! What is Bullet Journaling? Before we jump into benefits, what exactly IS bullet journaling? While it might sound like a diary of sorts, you don’t need to worry about writing your deepest, darkest secrets in it (unless you’re into that kind of thing). Bullet journaling (sometimes referred to Bujo for short) is an organizational method founded by this guy, Ryder Carroll who needed to find a way to stay focused and productive. And thus the bullet journal…