5 Bullet Journal Inspirations and Good Intentions
Anyone who knows me knows I make lists. I make lists of my lists. So, it wouldn’t come to any surprise that I love the recent fad of bullet journaling. I savor each new layout I run across and horde colored pens and pencils.
But, I haven’t actually made a bullet journal.
I have gone so far as to embellish the pages of my planner and it really does motivate me to fill in the blanks and check the boxes.
Meanwhile, I keep receiving more blank books as gifts which serve to make me feel guilty. The pages are so perfectly pristine it’s intimidating and I worry that I will somehow mess them up.
I long to have a cleaning schedule as concise as this one:
And to keep track of my sleep hours, water drank, and the phase of the moon. Okay, maybe not those.
So when I stumbled across this little printable notebook kit, I snapped it up. The very clear directions made assembly a snap and before I knew it I had a small blank notebook in my hand. It’s little, not intimidating at all. With it’s cool old school vintage vibe, the pages look like something I might have found in my grandmother’s attic and the cover might have come from the library I frequented as a child. Best of all it fits in my purse and even my pocket. In fact, it’s the same size as my phone. If I mess it up I will just make another. And another. Here’s where you can download the file: https://www.etsy.com/listing/549569865/printable-booklet-little-vintage
Do you keep a Bullet Journal? Tell me about it. I need some courage.