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Stop comparing your Bullet journal!

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In the many Bullet journal Facebook groups I am a part of, I hear people complain about comparing their bujo to the highly creative and ornemented ones you see on Instagram. They say that they can’t draw, that their handwriting is awful, but they still want to take part in the hobby. I hear you. Today, I’d like to give you permission to do what works for you. You don’t have to keep up with the Joneses! Keep it simple I wrote about my recent journaling slump lately. Since I’ve fallen into a rut, to keep up with the habit, I’ve decided to simplify my spreads. What I see around are intricate, highly decorated spreads, lots of drawings, washi, stamps, and more! If you have fun creating these intricate spreads, do not hold off! But if you feel like this is too complicated, too much work, or just not your style, you can do very simple spreads, in black and white or with a simple splash of color, and leave the decorating aside. Lately, my designs have been really straightforward. […]

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Different Bullet Journal weekly spreads : what works best

Different Bullet Journal Weekly Spreads, what works best

0I’ve kept a Bullet Journal for the past 4 years now, and over time, I’ve tried different approaches, and different spreads to find what works best for me. That’s what I like the most about the Bullet Journal system, you can tweak it at will and make it your own. If something doesn’t work this week, try something different next week! One of the spreads that went through the most iterations in my own system is the Bullet Journal weekly spread. I’ve tried many versions, and I thought I’d share with you what I tried, and what worked best for me. Let’s jump in! Weekly spread 1.0 First, I’d like to mention that my first Bullet Journal did not have any weekly spread. At first, I was just doing dailies, splitting a spread into 8 equal parts, one for each day of the week, and one for next week’s tasks. What I did not like about this first attempt was that I did not have enough space for my dailies since each day is never the same and that I […]

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