Are you always looking for new ways to spice up your bullet journal? Well, one of the easiest ways is to create headers with your bujo. I know you need some inspiration for this, and here you are the compilation of headers I've collected around the internet.
Washi tape is a versatile tool to decorate any items around you, not only your bullet journals but also your phones, notebooks, even the wall of your bedroom, and the list goes on. Continue reading to check out a tiny part of the enormous ideas list.
We understand that a beginner of bullet journal is always looking for a direction to start the journey.
After digging deep into the internet, we've found that there are too many ways to start a bullet journal and it could be confusing. In our opinion, we should start with the minimal one, which is the original version of the bullet journal created by Ryder Carroll.
I am always struggling with how can I make my bullet journal more copious than just writing down basic tasks. As a result, I started doing research and gathered many brilliant bullet journal ideas on the internet. If you are looking for inspiration, feel free to adopt these ideas to your bullet journal, or you can modify them to make a better version.
Bujo is short for bullet journal, it was first introduced by a Brooklyn artistic director Ryder Carroll as a simple and highly efficient way to plan, record and conclude your life with pens and papers. Starting with the bujo, the fabulous tutorials and calligraphy on Pinterest and Instagram attracted many beginners. But they ended up failing to keep Bujo as a habit because of starting in a wrong way and lack of perseverance.