Hey there! Today I'm here to show you the beginners guide to bullet journaling with the help of my friend, Keren. Who also helped me make my Jelly Soaps and the Science Experiments. Bullet Journaling is an organized place to keep all your notes, to do lists, and calenders all in one notebook. This is Keren's first year bullet journaling but she's here to share some of her tips. Im planning to start a BuJo(bullet journal) next year because I already have a planner and I dont want to be catching up on both. Let's get one things straight though, mistakes WILL happen and thats ok. We learn from them and thats what makes a BuJo. In case you didnt know we handmake the content in our BuJo. Sure you can buy a premade one, but whats the fun and creativity in that?! Anyways let's check out these videos, pictures, and tips in today's blog post, Beginners Guide to Bullet Journaling:
Materials to get started
We are definitely going to need some few basic materials to start. You don't have to buy all these right away, but they're good to know. ;)
The three main pieces that will make up your Bullet Journal
Your BuJo is going to be filled with loads of pages of creativeness. But there are the three main sections that make up your bullet journal. Yearly Spread Monthly Spreads Weekly Spreads Watch this video to learn more about these and then check out the pictures below.
Here is what a yearly spread(s) might look like:
More Fun BuJo Spread Ideas:
Hope you enjoyed this blog post! For more information on how to start a bullet journal you can visit these sites: bulletjournal.com littlecoffeefox.com www.thelazygeniuscollective.com And many more! If you have any questions make sure to contact me! I hope to put up a blog post soon of my upcoming adventure at my camp so stay tuned for that and many more blog posts! Also, Happy (kinda early) 4th Of JULY!!!!!!! Sorry I don't have a post for that but you can check out DIY Joy because they have awesome 4th of July posts! ~Ximena R.