Have you ever been bullet journaling, printing out inspiration, or using a journal prompt, and wish that you had a folder to put it in?
I definitely have, and I have been guilty of keeping stickers, half sheets of paper, folded letter paper, and more tucked inside my bullet journal. Here’s how I made a folder to help corral that to keep from stressing my journal’s spine, and to keep things nice and tidy.
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Bullet Journal weekly spreads can get monotonous – but if you’ve got a pen and your bullet Journal, you’re half way there! Check out how I set up a new weekly spread variation in my BuJo.
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What is your favorite season? One of the things that I have found that I really appreciate about my bullet journal, is the freedom that it gives me to celebrate particular things. I decided to celebrate and highlight the things that I love about the month of October and fall as a season. Come take a look!
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This little booklet uses only ONE sheet of paper! You can attach to a page in your bullet journal, or put in a pocket or envelope to spice up your bujo, or just keep as a fun mini notebook.
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Bullet journaling with a blank book can seem scary or daunting. Back when I first decided I wanted to give the bujo life a try, I wanted to test out bullet journaling for one month to see if it was really something I wanted to do, I would be accountable with and liked doing rather than feeling burdened with something else to do. Here’s what I did and how I set it up:
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