Hello Beautiful People!
I made the decision to jump in - in to Bullet Journaling. I've been thinking about it for while, learning about options (many youtube videos ).
What appeals to me about the concept, is that it offers a way for me to organization my tasks in visually at different levels and also allows me to integrate my artwork. I was already doodling and using color in my calendar and now I'm starting to do it in a more logical manner that works for me. That's what's great about it - you tailor it to fit you!
I'm using a notebook I already have. No need to buy a special journal (unless you want to - you know "bullet journals" are available ). The photo above shows my future log page. For each month, rather than drawing an outline of boxes, I'm using my March StencilClub large stencil (MaryBeth's design) to create boxes. I went old school and got out a stencil brush to lightly add color. In those boxes I'll fill in the things I want to make sure I get done. I will look a the page often as it helps to me to focus. There's so many in life want to do! I need a reminder to help keep me on track. hehehe
Shout Out: Ryder Carroll who created the method.
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Take care and STAY POSITIVE!