What is Bullet Journaling?

What is Bullet Journaling?

The ‘inventor’ of bullet journaling, Ryder Carroll, describes the process on his website as … “a mindfulness practice disguised as a productivity system … designed to help you organize your what while you remain aware of your why. The...
Step 7 ~ Create a Daily Log

Step 7 ~ Create a Daily Log

A daily log, commonly shortened to and called ‘dailies’ are where all the work real gets done in a bullet journal. It is the workhorse of the bullet journal and like a to-do-list…supersized! The daily is where you will “log” your to-do-list for the day; this is why...
Step 6 ~ Create a Weekly Log

Step 6 ~ Create a Weekly Log

Fun Fact: Weekly logs were not originally included in the original bullet journal setup! The Bullet Journal system started way back in 2016 and although it didn’t include the weekly log, bujo enthusiasts the world over have ensured that the weeklies have become an...
Step 5 ~Create a Monthly Log

Step 5 ~Create a Monthly Log

The monthly log is very similar to the future log but now you can be more detailed about the short term tasks coming up soon. The Monthly Log (sometimes called the monthly spread or monthlies) gives you a big-picture view of the coming month. It is your calendar and...
Step 4 ~Create a Future Log

Step 4 ~Create a Future Log

The Future Log is probably one of the best and simplest components in a bullet journal. It gives you an overview of the year ahead. Like a calendar! You can set it up over 2 pages or if you decide to split it (like Ryder Caroll does in the original Bullet Journal...