A Peak Into My Bullet Journal.

You may have heard me talk about journaling or my bullet journal previously. I do actually have an Instagram story spotlight for my bullet journal. I’m sure you’ve heard of a bullet journal by now, if you haven’t, in this post I’m going to be showing you a peek into mine this year, and my very first one.

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There Are No Rules.

In bullet journaling, there are no rules, and that is one thing I love so much about it. Last year was my second year of bullet journaling, and I was still getting a feel for what I liked to have in it, compared to this year, 2018, and 2019’s was jam-packed with trackers, and lists, this year’s is a lot more simple, as sometimes in the past I would feel pressured to fill out my bullet journal, and that isn’t how it should be; Like I said… there are no rules!

Stress-Free and Simple.

In the past, I did a lot of structured weekly spreads, like the ones you see everywhere, but it would dishearten me if I didn’t have anything to fill that space with, this lead to me buying so many stickers, and using them as place fillers, which I do in this years, but I am much happier with how I use them this year. In this year’s bullet journal, I still do a monthly calendar and a habit tracker, but I skip the mood tracker, except for those pages, I now just write when I want, rant when I want, make lists when I want, and even stick in paintings and drawings I have done, it’s more of a creative outlet now, with so much less stress.

Front Pages for 2020.

  • In this year’s journal, I have a future log, with important dates, and work holidays highlighted in separate colours.
  • A page showing grid spacing references in case I want to portion the page in certain ways.
  • A period tracker, I used to have an app for this, but I just like to see it on paper.
  • A blog post-Kan-Ban to organize blog post ideas, and ones I’m working on
  • A stats planner for the year for Instagram followers, and Blog email subscribers

Pages I Got Rid of From 2018, and 2019.

  • Structured weekly spreads
  • Weekly habit trackers
  • Mood trackers, and year in pixels
  • Films to watch
  • quotes and sayings
  • Books to read
  • Savings

You’ll see that I very rarely used these pages, and they ended up quite bare.

Supplies I Use.

All you need to bullet journal is a notebook, and a pen, however, once it became something I enjoyed, my stationary just grew, and I am constantly buying new things, unnecessary things, whoops. Some of my favourite items I use are:

  • Uni Pin Fine Liners, I love how durable these pens are, plus you can get loads of different nip sizes, even a brush one, which I love, it’s kind of like a hybrid between a soft, and hard tipped brush one, I love to use it for titles.
  • Pilot Light Frixon Highlighters, I find that regular highlighters are a little bit intruding, whereas these pastel ones are perfect, plus, they’re erasable!
  • For my regular writing, I love to use a Parker Jotter, however, these come with a black ballpoint cartridge which I’m not a fan of, so I got a black ink refill, and it made me fall in love with the pen all over again, plus, there are so many colours to choose from for the outside.
  • A glue roller, there are a few of these around now, you can get them the works, and Poundland, however, my favourite one is the blue Stick It one which I get from The Range.

There are so many more things I use, coloured fine liners, washi tape, coloured cards, post-it notes, if you see any items in these photos what I haven’t mentioned, feel free to ask down below if you’re interested, and I’ll be able to help with it, on my Instagram I will also write all products in the caption of a bullet journal post.

Bullet Journalling is one of the best things I’ve ever done, it’s helped me keep track of my habits, self-care, and has also become a creative outlet for any emotion I am feeling. Have you tried Bullet Journalling, did you get on it with it? I’d love to know down below!

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12 thoughts on “A Peak Into My Bullet Journal.”

    1. Thank you! It makes me so happy to know that I have inspired you to try again. Remember, there are no rules!
      -All The Best, K x

  1. Thanks for this article. I just got into journaling and reading and learning more about it. I need it for my daily, weekly and monthly goal. Hope to see more in the journal section. Keep up the good work!

    1. It’ll be great for daily, weekly, and monthly goals. I hope you enjoy your time with your journal.
      -All The Best, K x

  2. I love your designs šŸ’› I really love finding inspirations from others and get the ideas to beautify my journal. I guess I’ve came to the right spot. Thanks for sharing the tips, it’s so helpful

  3. Wow, your journals are absolutely beautiful ! I feel like bullet journaling is ART. How do you come up with all your different designs? They are truly spectacular!

    1. Wow, Thank you so much! Sometimes I find inspiration from Instagram and Pinterest, and sometimes it just comes from my brain. Thank you again.
      -All The Best, K x

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