Although we technically wrapped up Bullet Journal 101 last week, I decided to add one final post to this series. I have been completely overwhelmed by your support and encouragement during the past few weeks. So for that, I’d like to say (yet another) heartfelt thank you!
With SO much information being covered in this series, it stands to reason that there would be some unanswered questions along the way. I knew within the first week that I’d be doing a massive Q&A session at the end of this series.
I also wanted to create a summary of the course here at the end with all of the links and resources in one place, as well as some additional links to help you as you dive into your first or next Bullet Journal.
PARTS IN THIS SERIES
- The official Bullet Journal website
I’ve said this a million times throughout this series but I really can’t stress the point enough. There’s no better place to get started than at the source.
- Kim’s Bullet Journal Reference Guide
A few months ago, Kim over at Tiny Ray of Sunshine created this one-page reference guide for the Bullet Journal. It caught on like wildfire and was soon translated into many different languages.
- Future Planning in your Bullet Journal
This is a post that I wrote last year about some different methods of future planning. If the traditional Future Log does not work for you, you might find something that will help you here.
- Daily Planning Routine
One of the things that has helped me stick with this system is having a regular planning routine. In this video, I explain my personal routine in detail.
- Weekly Spread Ideas
Another gem from Kim at Tiny Ray of Sunshine, where she covers a multitude of different weekly spread layouts. You can also check out my weekly spread right here.
- My Favorite Bullet Journal Hacks
When branching out and coming up with your own collections, this might be a helpful guide/inspiration.
- Task Migration
In this video, I explain my personal process for task migration within my Bullet Journal.
- My Favorite Bullet Journal Supplies
A walk through my most used and trusted pens, notebooks, and other journaling supplies.
- Boho Berry Guests
Are you ever curious about other people’s Bullet Journals? Perhaps those with different occupations or planning styles than my own? Check out my Boho Berry Guests series for guest posts by bullet journalists from all walks of life.
- Bullet Journal Blog
Similar to my guest series, the Bullet Journal Blog features new and exciting bullet journalists each and every month, as well as tips and tricks from others in the community (including insights from Ryder Carroll himself).
OTHER PARTS IN THIS SERIES