Reblogging for my readers that have not experimented with bullet journaling yet. I have recently began to create a system that will help me function better as a Caregiver for two people and as a person who joins causes she believes in and a future Chef.
I hate to invoke the “two types of people” trope, but I think it rings especially true here. There are two types of people in the world: Bullet journalers, and bullet journalers who haven’t started yet.
I admittedly am in that second camp. I was even drinking the bujo haterade when the trend first came along. Technology offers so many advantages over pen-and-paper recordkeeping. And besides, isn’t bullet journaling just another “look at me” extension of the Instagram generation? It seemed like bullet journalers were more about making flawless, follow-worthy layouts and illustrations rather than actually taking any notes.
But I am here to tell you that I’ve seen the light. We at Apartment Therapy sat down with a bunch of bullet journalers. Real bullet journalers. People who have been using and adapting the bullet journal system to take notes, stay organized, and even reach their life goals. This isn’t…
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