Let me make this clear from the get-go... I don’t love cleaning. And I’m certainly not a natural at it.
But I am really, really motivated by my love of having a tidy home, that feeling of accomplishment and enjoying the weekend free from boring chores.
If you seriously love using your bullet journal as a ‘one-stop’ shop for all of your life’s organizing, then it only makes sense to use it for your goal setting and goal planning too.
Sometimes you have the time, energy and interest to create beautiful weekly spreads in your bullet journal.
And othertimes, life is just too busy and you need a simple set up to get on with your planning.
Bullet journals can be great for your creative outlet, but at their core, they are insanely useful for getting and keeping you organized!
If you’re constantly trying to keep up with the many demands of life – you certainly aren’t alone.
I’ve lost count of the post-it notes I’ve misplaced. The lists I have to keep restarting and the forgotten appointments and upcoming events.
A few options and ideas on how to set up a habit tracker that will work best for you.
It’s actually quite simple when you think about it.
To achieve most big goals, you simply need to figure out the habits that are required to get you there.
Unfortunately, that’s where the simple part ends.
You actually have to do them. Repeatedly.
A five-minute read if you're looking for some useful bullet journal page ideas - or for some inspiration on what page ideas will work best for you.
Whether you're just starting your bullet journal, or you’ve been doing it for a while, you may be overwhelmed by all the different possibilities of bullet journal pages and ideas.
There’s an unlimited number of pages that you could include in your bullet journal, and of course, you can design them in any way you want.