Welcome to week #4 of Bullet Journal 101! I’m so excited to be ending this series with some inspiration for how to personalize your Bullet Journal.
Before we dive in, I just wanted to say a HUGE thank you to each and every one of your for your support and excitement over these past few weeks. Creating this series has been the highlight of my month, and I feel so blessed to have the platform to help so many get started with a system that has changed my life.
When trying to plan out this final Bullet Journal 101 post, I wasn’t sure how I would approach it. I toyed with the idea of explaining every spread in detail but soon realized that would be an incredibly long post.
Instead, I decided to do a quick “flip-through” of sorts. The following are a select few of my favorite spreads from each one of my Bullet Journals so far. My hope is that you’ll see how my style evolved over time and get some inspiration for what you might like to include in your own Bullet Journal.
Feel free to click and enlarge each photo to get a better look at each spread!
Bullet Journal #1 – August 2015 – December 2015
Bullet Journal #2 – January 2016 – May 2016
Bullet Journal #3 – June 2016 – Present
Make it Your Own
While I know that there is a TON of inspiration out there in places like Instagram and Pinterest, I can’t stress enough how important it is to make your Bullet Journal your own.
The satisfaction that you will get from flipping back through your old journals is indescribable. It’s so fulfilling to look back and see your progress over the course of the months and years.
Don’t be afraid to just dive in. Regardless of how you feel about your handwriting, your doodling skills, your planning skills… Remember that your Bullet Journal is a work in progress (just like you) and that the journey to get where you’re going is all a part of the fun.
Bullet Journal Q&A
Throughout this series, I have done my best to answer as many questions as possible. I know that I have missed some here and there, and that there are a lot of things that you would like me to explain in more detail.
To make sure that I leave no question unturned, I decided to do an additional post/video next Monday where I answer ALL of your remaining questions.
Drop your questions in the comments below, and I’ll see you on Monday for the Q&A! :)
OTHER PARTS IN THIS SERIES