I am aware people on YouTube and other social media platforms say the bullet journaling craze is over. For me, it will never go away.

The approach to bullet journaling has changed my life for the better. I am consistent with my journaling. I didn’t want my bullet journal to be inundated with work commitments, so I decided to split my BuJo work responsibilities from my main journal. Only the information I think it important will be added to my main journal.

White Bujo by scribblesthatmatter.com

  • this is my main Bujo. It is a hardback A6 dotted with 216 pages of 120gsm paper. There are two strips of ribbon to use as bookmarks. The black ribbon stays in the monthly future log and the white ribbon jumps to each day.

Black Bujo by fieldnotesbrand.com

The Field notes memo book consists of 48-pages.

I don’t add any future logs in here. This Bujo sits in my back trouser pocket while I am at work or going on a walk. It is small and built with quality, so it sustains everything I throw at it.

My field notes Bujo mostly consists of events, tasks and notes that I need for the day. I will also transfer anything from this Bujo to my white Bujo if is needed. As each Field notes memo book holds 48-pages of dotted paper, I want to be mindful of anything I put in it.

_Each November, I reread the Bullet Journal method book to remind myself to why I use this approach, and also, to remind me of what I can add to the Bujo. _

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