Bullet journals are everywhere and not without a reason – they are fun, they make you more productive and they are completely customizable. You can find bullet journal inspiration everywhere. While those pictures are pretty to look at, I often find myself thinking: well, I can’t draw, I can’t doodle, I can’t watercolor … my journal looks like crap. If you also feel like this most of the time, I have good news for you: Skillshare!
It is almost time for back to school and that, for us bullet journal lovers, means that it is time to set up the bullet journal for the new school year. This is exactly what I am going to talk about (or write about?) in this blog post. I want you to be fully ready for school and have your bullet journal ready and set up.
As a stationary lover I can’t get enough of cute notebooks. Never. I collect them, most of the time I don’t even use them because they are so cute but I just got to have them. Familiar?
Bullet journals are not only a great way to channel your creativity, but they can make you more productive. Ever wondered how to use your bullet journal for more productivity? Well, me too. That‘s why I was searching for ways to do exactly that. And I found them. I am even willing to share them with you, so you can be your most productive self using your bullet journal.