I've technically been doing this since December 1, 2016, but since I've kept up the habit (something I wasn't positive my perfectionism would allow), I figured I can now talk about it.
I cannot begin to say how helpful this system has been to let me see where my time goes, track my homework, working, and writing hours (the last of which has been very little so far, but I'm looking to change that). The to-do lists are a life-saver and deciding on the weekly layout is always fun. The best part? It provides some much-needed structure after I hit rock bottom in my freshman year of college.
If you're interested in bullet journaling, check out the official website, Boho Berry's Bullet Journal 101 series, and my bullet journal (BuJo) Pinterest board.
Do you love bullet journaling, too? Answer below: are you a current, aspiring, or veteran bullet journaler? Feel free to post any comments or questions on the topic, too.
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