Did your friend show you their bullet journal?
Are you curious to find out what bullet journaling is about?
Or did you stumble here and you have no idea what a bullet journal is?
Good news! I’m going to walk you through, step by step, and not only explain what the bullet journal method is, but also what it can do for your life and how it can enrich your soul.
What Is The Bullet Journal Method?
The Bullet Journal Method was written by Ryder Carroll and published in October 2018.
“Intentional living” is the main theme behind Ryder’s organizational method.
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Why Do You Need A Bullet Journal?
If you are looking for a way to organize your life and take leaps and bounds towards your goals, a bullet journal is right for you!
It is the go-to-tool for successful people.
A bullet journal adds value to your life by creating a workable organization schedule.
It saves you time, prioritizes tasks, and helps you to reach your goals.
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Where Do I Start?
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When I first started to use a bullet journal, I didn’t know much about it.
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