Looking for a practical way to keep track of your mental and physical health, manage your goals, and remind yourself to think about the positives? This bullet journal how-to guide gives you suggestions on how to set up a bujo that has functionality as a primary purpose; it’s up to you how much (or how little) artistry you use. My own approach is very low-fancy, low-artistry.
Your journal can be fancy and pretty, a basic notebook, or a collection of scrap paper. The key here is what you put in it; everything else is gravy.
Topics include weekly and monthly summaries, tracking mood and health factors, goals, gratitude, and other positively themed pages. If you’re not already journaling, you’re missing out!
This bullet journal how-to guide is available as a 24-page downloadable PDF.
You may be interested in my review of the book The Bullet Journal Method by Ryder Carroll.