Last week I showed you the pages that I couldn’t live without during my first month of bullet journaling. This week I’m going to share some of my collections with you.
I use my collections for lists/ planning events and projects/ notes from meetings- anything that doesn’t fit into the monthly or weekly pages. The bit I love most about the Bullet Journal is that everything is in one place so it’s always to hand and, because I’m making good use of a contents page at the front, I can find it easily.
Today I bring you a walk through of the collections I’ve created so far starting with the all inportant index:
I’ve got a page of inspirational quotes:
A page to track ideas for meals that I know the toddler will eat (well normally eat!):
My November habit tracker page – look at all those ticks!
I’ve then got three pages of goals, one each for home, blog and work:
I then reviewed my month and used this to set goals for the next month:
Do you use anything similar in your bullet journal? What do you find most useful in your quest for an organised life?
Next week I’ll share with you some of the ideas I trialled for a weekly layout.
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Where do you get your ideas for layout/ set up? I want to try this but I’m really just not sure where to start? 🙂
If you use Instagram use the tag #planwithmechallenge or follow my Pinterest boards as I regularly post inspiration that I’ve found. I’ve found that the best way to find what works for you is to just dive in and try things out. Next Sunday I’m going to post some of the weekly layouts that I’ve used.
Awesome, thank you! I don’t really use Pinterest but will have a look around it as well!
Pinterest is great, though it’s a big black hole that’s difficult to drag yourself out of! Thanks for stopping by.
I’ve replaced my planner and calendar with the simplest of bullet journals. I love yours. Happy New Year.
Thanks, Maureen. I’m finding that it’s the best combination of diary, journal and to do list that I’ve ever discovered.
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