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Bullet Journaling - Is It For You?

Sarah Jenkins

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Have you heard of bullet journaling? It’s the newest craze sweeping the internet and is the ultimate to-do list for those who are into goal setting, tracking events, and even a little doodling. Do a quick Google search for bullet journals and you’ll find thousands of beautiful images of calendars, lists, logs, and goals, all mapped out in gorgeous detail. 

Sound intimidating? Sort of. But if you’re looking for a new way to keep track of your life, as well as a written document of your accomplishments, bullet journaling may be for you. And while the images of bullet journals you see on Pinterest and Instagram may seem elaborate, it doesn’t have to be that way.

In short, bullet journals are a systematic way of tracking your short and long-term goals, and really any other item you’d like to measure – working out, daily water consumption, even a written account of your daily gratitude’s. 

If you’re interested in bullet journaling, take a look at the video below by the originator of the bullet journal system, Ryder Carroll. It may just be the thing you’ve been looking for!