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Does anyone else use a bullet journal?

CBunny9

Well-Known Member
#1
I started one this week and I’m obsessed.

In case anyone doesn’t know what it is, I’ll throw some links down at the bottom of this post cause it’s AMAZING.

I’m using mine as a planner, a journal, as well as a tracker for things like shows or movies I want to watch, books I want to read, my period, my mood, etc. As well as pages like “Today I’m grateful for”, or positive affirmations.

I’m very excited about it and I’m interested to see what it does for my mental health.

https://thefab20s.com/what-is-bullet-journaling/

https://www.lifescarousel.com/start-a-bullet-journal/

https://www.jihielephant.com/bullet-journal-mental-well-being-self-care/
 
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Freyja

Not staff. Freyja with a j.
SF Supporter
#2
I had one last year but it was horrible for my perfectionism (just thinking about it makes me uncomfortable). I cannot do it if it doesn't look perfect and if I'm not consistent. Some weeks I wanted to draw a lot, while others I didn't have the time at all even to write all my appointments. So I stopped in April/May and this year I bought myself a normal agenda. I'm not saying I won't go back to it one day when my depression is better though... I still find the concept amazing :)
 

CBunny9

Well-Known Member
#3
I had one last year but it was horrible for my perfectionism (just thinking about it makes me uncomfortable). I cannot do it if it doesn't look perfect and if I'm not consistent. Some weeks I wanted to draw a lot, while others I didn't have the time at all even to write all my appointments. So I stopped in April/May and this year I bought myself a normal agenda. I'm not saying I won't go back to it one day when my depression is better though... I still find the concept amazing :)
I think it definitely works better for some people than others. I’m a perfectionist too but am learning to fight the thoughts of, “Its not good enough” or “It’s not pretty enough” or whatever. So far I’ve been keeping up. I want to add more collections tho so we’ll see if I get anxious about it or not
 

dtc

at least that's what I keep telling myself!
#4
Thanks for posting about it @CBunny9, I'd never heard of it and it sounds like a good way to keep on top of things. I'd need to convert it to an online thing as I'm not one for writing things by hand. I use OneNote a lot to try and keep things organised, might try and apply some of the principals to that.
 

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