2018 has been an awesome year for Productive Happiness! I set an ambitious goal for myself to increase my readership by 250% and not only did I achieve that goal, but I surpassed it! All thanks to the awesome Bullet journal community as you’ll see in today’s list of the most popular articles published last year!
This comes as a surprise to me as it is the article that I promoted the least! It’s all about my use of the Getting Things Done methodology in conjunction with the Bullet journal. Popularized by David Allen, this productivity system is great when you have just the right tools!
The Level 10 Life is an assessment of your current life situation popularized by Hal Elrod in his seminal book The Miracle Morning. In this blog post, I share a free template that you can use to create your own Level 10 Life. It’s by far the most popular resource on my blog!
This blog post is a compilation of all the weekly spreads I tried in my Bullet Journal so far. This idea came to me from the Bullet Journal community on Facebook as it was one of the more popular questions I kept seeing. People seem to want inspiration on how to create a weekly spread that works for them!
4. Bullet Journal For Beginners : Ryder Carroll and other Bullet Journal Experts give their best tips!
This is my proudest moment ever! Ryder Carroll, creator of the Bullet Journal method, as well as other Bullet Journal superstars such as Kara Benz from Boho Berry accepted to share their best tips with my readers! Total fangirl moment over here!
This article came as an answer to the very popular question of favorite bujo supplies. Everyone loves to buy stationery supplies! This list will surely inspire you to make a few impulse buys!
This blog post is a step-by-step guide for all of you who are still scared to get started. On the Bujo community, I see many readers who have bought their first journal, but are not sure what to do next. I take you through each step to break into your brand new notebook for the first time!
This article details my process for planning, reviewing and actually achieving tasks and projects using the Bullet Journal and the Getting Things Done methodology. It’s an in-depth look inside my process with pictures and apps I’m using.
Another supplies list! This time with fun and unconventional items. Do not read if you’re on a no-spend month!
This is a surprise as I have done no promo for this blog post whatsoever. But Instagram is such a cool platform for Bullet Journaling! Get inspired and follow some great accounts!
So, in all this top 10 most popular blog posts of 2018, only one is not Bullet Journal related! This post is a summary of the life planning method explained in Michael Hyatt and Daniel Harkavy’s book Living Forward: A Proven Plan to Stop Drifting and Get the Life You Want. This topic fascinated me so much that I have created a live workshop and workbook on the topic.
So there you have it! It still surprises me that Bullet Journal is such an important topic for my readers! I will definitely try and create more content on the topic in 2019. What was your favorite article this year? Let me know in the comments below!