Mental health bullet journalling - image of a journal
Mental Health & Illness

Bullet Journalling Part III: Reflection

This is the last part in a little mini-series about journalling (the previous posts were on the basics and habit & symptom tracking). This post will look at journalling as a tool for reflection. I know some bloggers use their blog much like a journal. That was never really the direction I wanted to go… Continue reading Bullet Journalling Part III: Reflection

Mental health bullet journalling - image of a journal
Mental Health & Illness

Bullet Journalling Part II: Tracking

Living with a chronic health condition, it can be hard to see patterns in all the different things that are going on. That's especially true if brain fog gets in the way of being able to remember things. That's where tracking in a bullet journal (or in an app, or elsewhere) can come in handy.… Continue reading Bullet Journalling Part II: Tracking

Mental health bullet journalling - image of a journal
Mental Health & Illness

Bullet Journalling Part I: The Basics

I've talked about bullet journalling before, but it's been a while, so I thought I'd talk about it again in a little miniseries over the next couple of weeks. My Journalling History I've journalled off and on for most of my life. When I was going to university, I mostly did themed pages devoted to… Continue reading Bullet Journalling Part I: The Basics

book cover: The Bullet Journal Method by Ryder Carroll
MH@H Book Reviews

Book Review: The Bullet Journal Method by Ryder Carroll

The Bullet Journal Method by Ryder Carroll is the original Bullet JournalĀ®. Before reading this book, I was vaguely aware that there was an official bullet journal website, but what I learned about bullet journalling came from other bloggers and from Pinterest.  It turns out my journal is very different from a Bullet Journal. Bullet Journalling… Continue reading Book Review: The Bullet Journal Method by Ryder Carroll