As a reader of this blog, you’re probably familiar with the benefits of journaling and keeping a gratitude journal. Today we’re here to tell you about another form of journaling. It’s called Bullet Journaling.
What is Bullet Journaling? And why should you care? If you journal you know how beneficial it can be, but sometimes you wish it would be more. Meet the Bullet Journal.
Bullet Journaling was invented by Ryder Carroll, who sees the system more as a way to live intentionally than a notebook to store your thoughts and ideas. It is much more than a notebook. It even has an element of mindfulness to it. To get a better understanding of the practice, visit the official Bullet Journal website.
Meanwhile, to get started with Bullet Journaling, Ryder made a short video explaining the basics:
What’s interesting is that something so simple as a pen and paper can be so profound. But that’s exactly the point. Instead of being hindered by app developer’s limitations and software developers shortcomings, you can build your journal just the way you like it.
With the methodology of the Bullet Journal, you can have both your flexibility along with a system that makes it work for you.
Are you ready to start Bullet Journaling?
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