Thinking about starting a Bullet Journal to stay on top of all your lists, tasks, and events? Whether you just want to see what all the hype is about, check out some other Bullet Journalers and their methods, or learn a bit more about how this system works and how to modify it for your… Continue reading organization || How to Start a Bullet Journal: Setting up for 2017
Okay. Before I go ahead and publish a general overview of my modified Cornell note-taking system (A.K.A. my proudest innovative creation), I think there’s one critical thing that needs to be established. The colour coding system. In any note-taking system, the colour coding system forms the backbone. In my case, my colour coding system is both simple, aesthetic (I stick to blues and pinks, as a rule, because I like those colours), quick to use, and can adapt to my handwritten notes as well as my typed notes (hence its "duality").
I recently ordered and received my new dotted Moleskine notebook to use once I finish my current one (which is soon! Wow!). I was super excited, so I couldn't wait to start it out! One of the things I always do in a new bullet journal is have a pretty cover/title page that sets the tone, right on the first or second page of the notebook.
Finally got around to setting up my April monthly spread and memories tracker! Looking for some inspiration? Check out some of the new things I'm trying this month!
The bullets are the foundations for the Bullet Journal method, and each person has their own system. Today, I'm sharing the bullet system I've been using and adapting since I started Bullet Journaling! Hopefully you can draw some inspiration and adapt what I'm doing to suit your own needs!