Journaling is a great way to organize your thoughts, feelings, and help you reach your goals. But it can be a bit overwhelming, and it’s easy to fall out of the habit once you forget a couple of times. Bullet Journaling is a great way to remember to write constantly, and to always know what to write.
Bullet Journals consist of four components; topics, page numbers, short sentences, and bullets. To make your own Bullet Journal, purchase an empty notebook, colorful pens, and follow the instructions below. One of the best things about Bullet Journals is customization, so don’t be afraid to add your personal touch to these basic guidelines.
Topics and Page Numbers
Add a topic, or short descriptive title to the top of the page, and don’t forget to add the page number.
Short Sentences and Bullets
Use bullets to enter in short objective sentences. You can use different bullet shapes to organize each idea into a different category (make sure to make a key so you remember what each bullet means).
Once you know the basic format of daily journaling, you can add different categories such as a future log, index, exercise log, or a monthly log.