11 Bullet Journal Hacks to Take Your Planning to the Next Level
There are plenty of ways to use your bullet journal for productivity, but these 11 bullet journal hacks will have you looking at things in a new way. These quick tips will help you up your level of productivity and add some extra spunk to your journal!
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This is EXACTLY what I wanted - amazing bullet journal page ideas! Great ideas for bujo daily layouts, bill trackers, meal planners, keys, and doodling ideas!
Handdrawn Catchwords Set (PNG, EPS)
Handdrawn Catchwords Set (PNG, EPS): Handdrawn Catchwords Set include over 130 elements - mainly different catchwords and some ampersands. All elements were hand-sketched with ink pens and calligraphy brushes. I wanted to preserve texture in order for elements to look more natural, so they are pretty rough & sometimes messy, but they look great when used in all sorts of design.
12 Amazing Bullet Journal Tips for Beginners
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45 unique and great bullet journal list ideas! Get a great start on your bullet journal with these ideas and topics. Your bullet journal can help you create lists for life, food or even blogging. Love this list!!
For #2017, I decided to try the #yearinpixels mood tracker that @passioncarnets did last year. Hers looked so fantastic that I wanted one too! And it'll be interesting to see how my mood shifts throughout the year. Day 2 of the #planwithmechallenge. • Supplies I used: - Staedtler Pigment Liners - Staedtler Triplus Fineliners - Tombow Fudenosuke Brush Pen Twin Tip - Nanami Crossfield notebook
Monthly Mood Tracker in Monthly Bullet Journal Setup
20 Genius Bullet Journal Page Ideas That Will Keep You Organized AF
If one of your 2017 resolutions was to be more organized, then I hope you have already made yourself a bullet journal. If you haven’t, you need to, immediately. Bullet journals (a mix of a planner, diary, and habit tracker), at least well kept ones, are the height of organization. It’s more than just a daily to-do list or a notebook to keep track of your homework – it’s a place to track every single thing you’re doing or want to do. If that sounds exhausting, it’s because it kind of is.