Monthly Log Inspiration

The Monthly Log, as Ryder presents it, is where you can map out specific events as well as write down the things you’d like to do over the course of the month. Additionally, the Monthly Log also serves as a …more

Future Log: The Hope Method

I’d just like to take this opportunity to thank Ryder for sharing my Calendex system and thanks to everyone who has read, shared, reviewed and implemented it in their own bullet journal. My analog journey all started around 2 years ago when …more

Yearly Migration

As the year draws to a close, I wanted to share a little tradition of mine – The Yearly Migration. On the first day of January, I always start a brand new notebook. It is more than just a blank …more

Future Log: The Alastair Method

I’m a recent convert to Bullet Journal system for keeping on top of my tasks and projects while at the same time keeping a record of notes, thoughts, lists and observations. The system just seems to work for me. Low …more

Weekly Food Log

“To eat is a necessity, but to eat intelligently is an art.” ― François de La Rochefoucauld No matter what your goals, to eat healthy you need a game plan. That said, food planning can quickly become overwhelming. The Weekly …more

Threading

Using Collections in the Bullet Journal is a great way to organize ongoing projects. Some longer-lived projects will spread throughout your book. Though indexing helps you keep track of where your collections occur within the book, it can be a …more

Monthly Log

“What was scattered gathers. What was gathered blows away.” ― Heraclitus The Monthly Log: helps you organize—you guessed it—your month. It consists of a calendar and a task list. To set up your first Monthly Log, go to the next …more

Migration

The quieter you become the more you can hear. –Ram Dass Migrating content is a cornerstone of the Bullet Journal. Once you’ve hit your second month of journaling, take a glance at your previous entries. See any unresolved Tasks? “X” …more

The Index

The Index serves to help you easily find your entries. It’s the master collection module if you will, “the ring that binds them.” Setting up your Index is easy. Simply leave the first couple pages of your notebook blank and …more

Collections

Sometimes you’ll have notes and tasks that are related by a common theme or purpose. Rather than having all these related entries scattered across your Bullet Journal, simply create a Collection Module. Collection Modules, or Collections, are great for organizing …more