Bullet Journal : what is it? Who is it for?
What is a bullet journal?
A bullet journal (or bujo) is an organising system invented by Ryder Carroll. It’s a planner, a diary, a to-do list…
Bullet Journal… Who is it for?
If you like to have everything sorted out, or in the contrary if you’re the queen or king of procrastination, a bullet journal is what you need! If you’ve got a dozens of notebooks with some random scribbles and notes in them, if sticky notes are all over your refrigerator… bullet journal is made for you! It will allow you to have everything in the same notebook.
What do I need to get started?
A notebook and a pen. That’s all.
But I suck at drawing!
And? You don’t need to be Picasso to own a bullet journal!
If you take a look at social media and search for bullet journal pictures on Google, you’ll find lots of beautiful, gorgeous pages. Colours, doodles, calligraphy are very popular in the bullet journal community. But a bujo doesn’t have to be artsy to be useful. Like I said, you just need a notebook and a pen to get started. But if you want to have a nice looking bullet journal and if you suck at being creative, you can use stickers or washi tape to add a lovely touch of fantasy in your pages.
If you want to know more, please read my complete guide