I started bulletjournaling at the end of the summer. I got lost on Youtube and Pinterest, watching endless videos and looking at so many different pictures. The next day I raced to the bookstore for a dotted notebook and some new pens and couldn’t wait to get started. Setting up the main spreads and the first month took me more or less a full day, but I was so excited I didn’t mind.
The best advice I got before starting, was first to keep it simple and just learn the bullet journal method. Like many others, I was hesitant to start a bujo as it looks like so much work, and something that seems only great for Continue reading “Bulletjournaling – November 2018 pages”