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Bullet Journaling for Beginners: A Complete Guide to Start BuJo Today

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Are you thinking of starting a bullet journal but don’t know where to begin? Here’s a complete guide for bullet journaling for beginners.

This blog post is for you if you’re looking to start a bullet journal but don’t know where to begin. 

I’ll cover everything you need to get started, what pages you should include, what supplies you’ll need, the vocabulary plus tips and tricks that you might find helpful.

If you’re looking for a new way to stay organized and creative this year, then keep reading!

Table Of Contents
  1. What is a bullet journal (or BuJo for short)?
  2. 7 Easy steps to start your first bullet journal
  3. Bullet journaling vocabulary
  4. Which bullet journal pages should you include in your first bujo?
  5. Bullet journal pages (aka Collections)
  6. Best notebooks, pens and other supplies for bullet journaling
  7. How to keep your bullet journal simple yet pretty when starting out
  8. How should I organize my bullet journal?
  9. Super simple bullet journal set up with pictures
  10. Who created the bullet journal method?
  11. What’s the big difference between a bullet journal and a calendar or a planner?
  12. Why should you start bullet journaling
  13. Get Bullet Journal Tips & Inspiration: Best BuJo Facebook Groups, YouTube Channels and Instagram Accounts
  14. Can you start a bullet journal if you don’t know how to draw?
  15. In Conclusion
Bullet journaling for beginners - complete guide to start bujo today

What is a bullet journal (or BuJo for short)?

A bullet journal (or BUJO, BuJo or bujo for short) is like a daily planner that helps you to organize your life.

It’s perfect for those who want more organization and less stress in their lives or people interested in art, design, creativity, and aesthetics.

You can use it as a journal, as a place to keep track of your habits and goals, a place where you keep lists of all kinds or anything else you can think of!

A bullet journal can be a combination of a calendar, planner, journal, and lists. Your choice! And they’re not limited to paper either: digital versions exist as well, but we’ll cover the more traditional approach in this blog post.

You could call bullet journal your creative outlet. Or as Vogue magazine has put it, a bullet journal is “KonMari for your racing thoughts.”

And you can make it as detailed or simple as you like or your time will allow.

7 Easy steps to start your first bullet journal

  1. Get a dot grid notebook, pens, and brush pens (optional). You can also start with any notebook (even an old and half used)
  2. Choose your core pages (f.ex. Index, Key, Monthly spread, Trackers)
  3. Set up your bullet journal by creating the first pages for Index and Key (Use symbols and colors)
  4. Create your first monthly spread (Make it simple)
  5. Write down events, appointments, etc. on your monthly spread
  6. Create a habit tracker (and choose what you want to track)
  7. Create a weekly spread or daily log and start planning

Optional: Decorate your pages with Washi tape, colored pens, stickers etc.

Bullet journaling vocabulary

A bullet journal or bujo is a system for organizing your life, and there are a lot of specific words and terms used when bullet journaling.

I’ve listed some popular terms and their explanations to this little BuJo vocabulary.

BUJO TERMEXPLANATION
BUJOBujo (also BUJO & BuJo) is short for bullet journal.
INDEXThe index in a bullet journal is a page or a spread (or multiple spreads) where you list all the pages (with their page numbers) in your bullet journal.
KEYThe key in a bullet journal is a page listing all the symbols used in your bullet journal.
FUTURE LOGThe future log is a page or a spread that helps you plan for months or even years ahead of time by listing holidays, important dates (like birthdays), projects, goals, and deadlines that are coming up and are not yet scheduled into your monthly, weekly, or daily pages.
SPREADA spread is a section in a bullet journal that uses two pages to cover one topic, for example, monthly spread, weekly spread, etc.
COLLECTIONS (AKA BUJO PAGES)The pages and spreads in your bullet journal are also called collections.
MONTHLY LOG (OR MONTHLY SPREAD, MONTHLIES)The monthly log (or monthly spread) in a bullet journal helps you organize the month at a glance by listing dates for important events like birthdays or holidays, bills due in a particular week, appointments with clients or doctors, your daily tasks, and more.
WEEKLY LOG (OR WEEKLY SPREAD, WEEKLIES)A weekly log (or weekly spread) in a bullet journal is a page or a spread that helps you organize the week at a glance by listing dates and tasks for each day of the week.
DAILY LOG (OR DAILY LIST, DAILIES)The daily log is where you plan your day and track what needs to be done. These can include f.ex. task lists, to-dos, appointments, events, and notes.
LIST PAGESList pages can be used for projects, you’re in charge of (or want to start), things you regularly need, like a master grocery shopping list, or fun lists you like to keep, like bucket lists and gift shopping lists. 
TRACKERS Trackers are pages (or parts of a spread) where you want to follow how you’re doing with a goal or a routine you want to implement.

These can be f.ex. forming a new habit, how you spend your money, or your exercise progress with a tracker. Other popular ones are mood tracker, savings tracker, paying off debt tracker, just to name a few. 
RAPID LOGGINGRapid logging is a way to more quickly capture events and tasks that come up during the day and then return to them later for deeper consideration.
MIGRATIONMigration is the process of transferring all your old logs, notes, and tasks into new, fresh pages.
BULLETSRyder Carrol (the creator of the Bullet Journal method) uses different “bullets” in his bullet journal. The bullets are like bullet points – short sentences that describe the task, note, or event, and in front of the text comes a symbol.
Ryder Carrol uses a dot in front of a task, a small circle in front of an event, and a line in front of a note.
You can create your own symbols that work for your needs. 
GHOSTINGWhen you write on the page of your bullet journal notebook and the writing shows on the other side of the paper, that is ghosting. 
BLEEDINGWhen you use colored markers and highlighters and the colors “bleed through” the pages and show on the other side of the page (or color the next page after), that is bleeding

Which bullet journal pages should you include in your first bujo?

When you’re just starting your bullet journal, the must-have bullet journal pages include:

  • Index
  • Key
  • Future log
  • Monthly log (or monthly spread)
  • Daily log (or weekly spread)

These are also called collections.

The additional pages you can add to your bullet journal can include:

  • Trackers: like habit tracker, expense tracker, mood tracker, exercise tracker, savings tracker
  • Projects: You can plan and track a project that you have
  • Lists: like grocery lists, movies to watch, books to read.
  • Logs: like sleep log, gratitude log, or journal
  • Braindump and pages for ideas
  • Dedicated pages for doodles and testing pens
  • Quotes and inspiration

Bullet journal pages (aka Collections)

Pages and spreads in your bullet journal are also called collections.

You should include a title for each page/spread/collection and any other relevant information that’s helpful (e.g., what this collection contains).

You can mix and match the collections that you want to include in your bullet journal so that they’ll best suit your needs and help you achieve your goals.

Bullet journal Index

Bullet Journal Index - BuJo Index Ideas

The index is the first page of your bullet journal, where you can list all of your collections. It’ll help you quickly find the pages you have in your bullet journal and refer back to previous entries.

It’s basically an index of all pages, topics, lists, trackers, concepts, or subjects found in your bujo.

The page number follows each topic/line in your index so you can easily find what you’re looking for.

For example, if you’ve created a page where you’ve written meal planning ideas, then you’ll write “meal planning” in your index and which page number you can find that information.

Bullet Journal Key

Bullet Journal Key - BuJo Key Ideas

The bullet journal key will help you choose how you want your bullet journal to work.

You can use different symbols, checkmarks, arrows, or colors to indicate various tasks.

You can also use symbols to indicate goals, ideas, or thoughts you don’t want to forget about and may not be ready for yet.

It’s what makes them so versatile and customizable because you can make your bujo whatever you want it to be.

Ryder Carrol (the Bullet Journal creator) uses a dot in front of a task, a small circle in front of an event, and a line in front of a note.

SymbolMeaning
.Task
oEvent
Note

The small dot in front of the tasks can then be easily changed when the task changes its status

SymbolStatus
.Task (not yet done)
xTask done
>Task added to a collection
<ask added to future log
Task deleted

But you can use any symbols you like and suit you the best. 

Tip: Feel free always to get creative and use whatever symbols and statuses work best for your bullet journal needs.

Future Log

Bullet Journal Future Log - BuJo Future Log Ideas

The future log in a bullet journal is a place to plan out your future.

An excellent way to use the future log is to list your goals and deadlines for the coming months.

You can even write tasks, ideas, or thoughts you want to do in the future like “learn how to play guitar” or “go see a movie.”

The idea is that it’s not essential what day of the week it will happen on. But it’s there so you won’t forget it.

And when you’re planning a new month, you can add those tasks, ideas, projects, and plans from your future log to your monthly spread.

This is an excellent way to stay organized and make sure you don’t forget things.

You can also use this page as your “ideas” bullet journaling section, where you write down all the cool ideas that cross your mind every day!

Monthly Log (monthly spread, monthlies)

Bullet Journal Monthly Page - BuJo Monthly Spread Ideas

The idea behind the monthly log is to have a page or a spread to overview what’s to come and what you want to accomplish.

This is where you can write tasks, ideas, or thoughts for that month.

If you already have things planned out for a certain date, you can add them to the calendar page/spread.

On the task page/spread, you can add your goals, projects, tasks, and ideas you want to accomplish or pursue that month.

Weekly Spread (weeklies)

Bullet Journal Weeklies - BuJo Weekly Spread Ideas

The idea behind a weekly spread is to have a page or a spread that has everything you need for the week.

This includes your tasks, projects, events, and goals – all on one page or spread.

Ryder Carol uses only the monthly logs and the daily logs, but many people have added weekly spreads in addition to those to their bullet journals.

Daily Log (dailies)

Bullet Journal Dailies - BuJo Daily Spread / Daily list Ideas

The idea behind a daily log is to have one page, spread or part of a page, for each day’s tasks, ideas, and projects.

These pages are not meant to be created ahead of time. They’re like the to-do lists for the day with a possibility to add ideas you get.

Tip: I like to keep my dailies separate from my bullet journal, and I use a printable to-do list. 

Other pages (trackers, lists, quotes…) to have in your bullet journal

Bullet Journal Habit Tracker - BuJo Tracker Ideas

Other pages and spreads to have in your bullet journal are f.ex

  • Trackers: like habit tracker, expense tracker, mood tracker, exercise tracker, savings tracker
  • Projects: You can plan and track a project that you have
  • Lists: like grocery lists, movies to watch, books to read.
  • Logs: like sleep log, gratitude log, or journal
  • Braindump and pages for ideas
  • Dedicated pages for doodles and testing pens
  • Quotes and inspiration
Bullet Journal Quote Page - BuJo Quote Page Ideas - Done is better than perfect
Bullet Journal Pen Test - BuJo Pen Test Ideas

Best notebooks, pens and other supplies for bullet journaling

If you’re wondering which notebooks, pens and supplies you’ll need for your bullet journal I’ve listed here some popular choices.

The supplies you’ll need for bullet journaling depend on what kind of bullet journal you want to create.

OPTION 1) You can do a traditional one with monthly, (weekly,) and daily pages and any notebook and pen will do.

OPTION 2) Or if you’re more creative and want to make a bullet journal that’s uniquely yours, and you’d like to decorate it, draw pretty pictures and add some flair to it, you’ll need some supplies.

As for what supplies specifically are needed for bullet journaling, the list is endless and up to your personal preference and creativity, but here are a few suggestions:

Best dot grid notebooks

Choose a notebook that fits in with your theme or aesthetic- whether it’s plain or bright colors, softcover, or hardcover.

Dot grid notebooks are popular because the dots will guide you when creating grids, titles, and drawings.

Popular brands & products for bullet journal notebooks:

If you’re debating which notebook to choose, read this post: Best dot grid notebooks + all you need to know when choosing a notebook for bullet journaling.

This is my favorite Bullet Journal Notebook. It’s a hidden gem!

I’ve also created a review post of the best dot grid notebooks for bullet journaling.

RELATED POST: The best notebooks for bullet journaling

A5 Dotted Bullet Dotted Journal by Vivid Scribbles
  • Premium crips white paper
  • High quality book binding
  • Additional features: an elastic pen loop, pen test pages, a key code page, pre-printed index pages and an expandable inner back pocket for paperwork or stickers.
  • Comes in a beautiful gift box
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Psst! If you’re not sure if bullet journaling with a dot grid notebook is for you, you can also print out these free dot grid paper templates and try them out. Or make your own dot grid papers using Google Sheets.

Free printable dot grid paper for your bullet journal Featured Image | SaturdayGift
Free Printable Dot Grid Paper for Bullet Journal

RELATED POST: Free printable dot grid paper templates for bullet journal (multiple sizes)

RELATED POST: How to make dot grid paper using Google Sheets – step by step guide

Best fine line pens

Fine Line pens are bullet journaler’s favorite pens because the lines are thin enough to create the grids, write and make drawings and doodles. Buy a set with a few different thicknesses and test them out first on your pen test page and see which one would be perfect for each design.

Popular brands & products for fine line pens:

Sakura Pigma Micron Ink Pen Set
  • The go-to pens for bullet journals
  • Precise points & lines
  • Smooth writing and rich black ink
  • Waterproof, bleed free and quick drying
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Faber-Castell Artist Pens
  • Perfect variety from superfine line to brush pen
  • Premium quality ink
  • Water and smudge resistant
  • Highly pigmented ink
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Tip: Keep a separate notebook or print out dot grid papers where you’ll doodle ideas and grids to test them out.

Best colored pens for bullet journaling

Colored pens are also great when bullet journaling because you can use them to color-code your tasks or just have extra color to your bullet journal, making it unique and personalized.

Popular brands & products for colored pens:

Stabilo Point 88 Mini Fineliner Pens (Multicolor)
  • Mini pocket size
  • Cute colors
  • Even ink application
  • Variety of colors: perfect for underlining or making quick notes 
CHECK PRICE (AMAZON)
Staedtler Triplus Fineliner Pens (Multicolor)
  • Cute colors
  • Multipack
  • Super fine line
  • Mix and Match: all colors match each other perfectly
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Best brush pens for your bujo

Brush pens are flexible like paintbrushes, and you can use them for lettering, and they write beautifully on bullet journals! They come in different colors, thicknesses, opacity levels (light or dark), and sizes.

Popular brands & products for brush pens

Tombow Dual Brush Pens, Pastel
  • Perfect for brush lettering, faux calligraphy, journaling and doodling
  • Cute colors
  • Non-bleed water-based ink
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Highlighters

Highlighters are also a great way to add some color to your bujo because they highlight your bullet points and make the task stand out more.

Popular brands & products for highlighters:

  • Zebra (Midliner Highlighters)
Zebra Mildliner Pens (Multicolor)
  • Double ended highlighters
  • Quick drying ink
  • Cute colors
  • Perfect for note taking, underlying and color-coding
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Stickers

Who doesn’t love cute stickers? Stickers are a fun, super easy, and quick way to add some flair and decoration to bullet journal pages.

You can use them, for example, for

  • page decorations
  • functional purposes like marking important events on the calendar 
  • or flagging a task as complete.

There are endless choices and awesome affordable sets so you can be sure to find some you’ll love!

Check out these cute sticker sets for bullet journaling from Amazon. 

Cute Monthly Planner Stickers (22 Sheets with 1100+ Cute Stickers)
  • Pretty & Productive
  • Set goals, create lists, get insprired
  • Perfect for your bullet journal, planner or calendar
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Washi tape

Washi tape is an easy, fun and affordable way to decorate bullet journals and add some uniqueness and color to them.

Check out these cute washi tapes from Amazon. 

Washi Tape Set, 21 Pcs (by Mr. Pen)
  • 21 washi tapes in 3 different sizes
  • Cute designs
  • Can be repositioned without damaging the paper
  • Perfect for decorating your bullet journal
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Stencils

Stencils are perfect for bullet journaling because they help you draw shapes and doodles without having to know how to actually draw them.

So if you don’t have a lot of time or don’t know how to draw, stencils can help you create pretty bullet journal spreads fast and easy.

Check out these cute & helpful bullet journal stencils from Amazon. 

Bullet Journal Stencil Set (Plastic, 30 Pieces)
  • Set of 30 different stencils
  • Includes different shapes, letters, numbers and styles
  • Quality plastic
  • Fits inside most A5 notebooks
  • Perfect for creating bullet journal spreads 
CHECK PRICE (AMAZON)

Bujo stamps/wood stamps

Wood stamps are another great way to decorate your bullet journal. This method is enjoyable, fast, and adds a touch of uniqueness, too! Just test the stamps first on a separate page or have a stamp test page (like a pen test page) so you’ll see how they’ll come out on your bullet journal.

Check out these bullet journal stamps/wood stamps from Amazon. 

Rancco 18 Pcs Journal Stamps w/ Ink Pad
  • Mounted rubber stamps
  • Variety of designs
  • Set goals or use for to-do lists, trackers, logs, reading lists and more…
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Other Journal supplies

The best thing about bullet journals is that there are no rules and you can get as creative as you like: rip pictures from magazines, use glue sticks, tape, super cute paper clips, glitter…

As you can see, there are plenty of options and everything is really up to personal preference.

How to keep your bullet journal simple yet pretty when starting out

Here are a few tips to keep your bullet journal simple (yet pretty) when starting out:

Tip 1 – Use only one pen to keep it simple

Use only one pen and keep your spreads simple. Add drawings and pretty hand-lettering later.

Tip 2 – print out dot grid papers and practice

Print out these free dot grid papers and practice your handwriting or making some grids on them. Or use an old notebook to test how you’d like to use your bullet journal.

Or learn how to make dot grid paper using Google Sheets.

This way, if you don’t like some of the pages you’ve made, it doesn’t matter.

Tip 3 – Start small

Do only a few pages/spreads first. You can later add as many pages as you wish and need. But if you start with too many pages, it might get overwhelming, and that’s not the point of bullet journaling.

Bullet journaling is supposed to help you and inspire you, not make you feel guilty or bad.

Tip 4 – Use printables

Use printable bullet journal pages and calendars, and add them to your notebook.

Tip 5 – Inspire yourself

Fill your journal with what inspires you!

This can be quotes or lyrics from music or books that touch your heart, pictures of places that inspire you and make you happy, photos of nature – anything that makes YOU feel good 🙂

Bullet journaling can be super simple. You just need to start with a few pages and go from there.

How should I organize my bullet journal?

If you’re not sure yet what kind of system would work for you, then here are some questions that might help:

  • How many tasks or events do you want to track each day/week?
  • What kind of information do you need to follow?
  • Do you want the tasks in your bullet journal to be hierarchical (bigger task leads to smaller, more detailed tasks)?
  • What is your favorite way of organizing information: by time or by topic?
  • How much space are you willing to dedicate to each particular project?
  • Do you want to track your moods, habits, expenses, or something else in your bullet journal?

Once again, there are no wrong answers. 

If you go with simple layouts, it’s super easy to start a bullet journal.

You can choose whatever system feels right for you and experiment with different layouts until you find something that’s easy – and enjoyable!

Super simple bullet journal set up with pictures

Here’s a super simple Bullet Journal setup with pictures. This can give you an idea which pages and spreads to start with.

Bullet journal index example

Bullet Journal Index - BuJo Index Ideas

Bullet journal key idea

Bullet Journal Key - BuJo Key Ideas

Future log example for your bujo

Bullet Journal Future Log - BuJo Future Log Ideas

Monthly spread idea

Bullet Journal Monthly Page - BuJo Monthly Spread Ideas

Weekly spread example for inspiration

Bullet Journal Weeklies - BuJo Weekly Spread Ideas

Daily list idea for your bullet journal

Bullet Journal Dailies - BuJo Daily Spread / Daily list Ideas

Habit tracker examples

Bullet Journal Habit Tracker - BuJo Tracker Ideas

Quotes page idea for your bujo

Bullet Journal Quote Page - BuJo Quote Page Ideas - Done is better than perfect

Pen test page idea

Bullet Journal Pen Test - BuJo Pen Test Ideas

Who created the bullet journal method?

Ryder Carroll created the bullet journal, and in 2013 he launched his website bulletjournal.com.

He created the bullet journal system for personal use only, and Carroll never intended it to be shared beyond his circle of friends. Still, from there, he quickly saw how the method could benefit others and published “Bullet Journal Method: A Simple System for Capturing Life’s Moments.”

He is now the co-founder of an online education company called Bullet Journal, which offers various courses on how to use and customize your bullet journal for different purposes (productivity, goal setting, etc.).

What’s the big difference between a bullet journal and a calendar or a planner?

The big difference between a bullet journal and a planner is that a bullet journal is more flexible and creative. And here’s how bujos differ from calendars and planners:

1) No set dates

A planner has set dates, while you can use the bullet journal for anything you want it to be – from day-to-day life, family planning, personal projects, or even your bucket list!

2) “Bigger to smaller”

In the bullet journal, the planning goes from “bigger to smaller.” Meaning that when you create a bullet journal, it starts with yearly planning, then the tasks go to the monthly log and finally to the daily log.

3) You can start any time of the year

You can start a bullet journal any time of the year. You can take breaks and then continue again. No pages will go to waste because you continue to write things down where you left off in your notebook.

4) Versatility

Bullet journals are also versatile: they could contain sketches of your ideas, quotes that inspire you, thoughts on life goals, and personal reflections – no matter what you want to do with them!

Why should you start bullet journaling

A bullet journal can help you be productive and stay extra organized. It’s also about self-care and creativity, but it comes with many good benefits for everyone, from the homemaker to the business owner.

You get to express yourself and try different layouts to find what works best for you.

Ryder Carrol, the Bullet Journal creator, describes the essence of a bullet journal like this: “Track the past, organize the present, and prepare the future.”

And even though you might bump into numerous gorgeous layouts with calligraphy fonts and beautiful decorations and drawings, it’s not about the looks. It doesn’t have to be perfect, and you can let your creativity out without being a perfectionist at all.

Get Bullet Journal Tips & Inspiration: Best BuJo Facebook Groups, YouTube Channels and Instagram Accounts

I’ve listed here some bullet journal Facebook groups, YouTube channels and Instagram accounts (and hashtags) you can check out to get more tips and inspiration for your bullet journaling.

The best bullet journaling Facebook groups

Facebook groups are a perfect place to get some bullet journal ideas. 

Whether you want to 

  • have ideas for journal supplies
  • get inspired on how to prettify your collections: the index page, key, or the monthly or weekly spreads
  • or you want to learn how other planners use a bullet journal

Being part of a BuJo Facebook group is a great place to start.

Some of the groups are public, and you can view them without joining the group. 

And for others, you’ll need to be approved.

But getting approved is super simple. Just answer the questions they ask and always remember to follow the rules and guidelines of the group.

I recommend joining a few to get ideas for layouts and what supplies to buy, and just hang out with others who bullet journal as well!

Some of the best bullet journaling Facebook groups are :

  • Bullet Journal Junkies: This is a public group with over 100,000 members. You can join and view without joining the group.
  • Bullet Journal for Beginners: A private Facebook Group that’s created specifically to help newbies on bullet journaling basics or just keeping tabs on them as they start out. 
  • Bullet Journal: The official Bullet Journal® Facebook group.
  • Bullet Journaling Tips and Tricks: “A group for newbies, old timers and everyone in between.” You can share tips, answer questions, offer assistance, and ask for help.
  • Minimalist Bullet Journal: This group is for Bullet Journalists “who prefer to keep things simple and functional. This group is about function over form.”

The best bullet journaling YouTube channels

YouTube has a lot of channels dedicated to bullet journaling.

Here are a few YouTube channels you might like:

The best bullet journal Instagram accounts and hashtags

Instagram has a lot of profiles just for bullet journaling. Whether you’re looking for a simple bullet journal setup or stunning collections with calligraphy and drawings, you can find it all on Instagram.

You can start by checking out these Instagram accounts for inspirations.

Bullet Journal Instagram accounts to follow:

You can also find more by using for example these hashtags:

Can you start a bullet journal if you don’t know how to draw?

Definitely! You can bullet journal even if you don’t know how to draw.

This is what you can do if you still want to have some color and cuteness in your bullet journal but don’t know how to draw:

  • Use symbols, shapes, and numbers for the days of the week instead.
  • You can also use pre-drawn printable templates! There are lots available on Etsy or do a quick search on Pinterest for free bullet journal printables
  • Use stickers to add extra decoration.
  • Decorate with washi tape
  • Use stencils
  • Learn how to draw simple yet pretty images.

In Conclusion

Bullet journaling is a creative and fun way to manage your life. It’s totally customizable, so you can fit it into any lifestyle and keep track of everything important and necessary to you! I hope I’ve helped get the ball rolling for how to start bullet journaling with these tips.

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