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The mindfulness practice that works likes a productivity system

The System focuses on What you’re doing, providing tools capture and organize your thoughts. The Practice focuses on Why you’re doing what you’re doing, providing rituals to help you shed distractions and keep your actions aligned with your values. 

Learning Library

A guide and answers to common questions


Got related tasks and notes but no way to group them together? Collections let you cluster your thoughts based on a shared theme or purpose. Here's how to make one.
We write to think. If the little note bullets scattered throughout your Bujo just don't cut it for you, here's how to incorporate long-form journaling in your Bullet Journal.

We think and talk a lot about the Bullet Journal as a method, but almost just as important as the method itself is the physical tool that we use together with it. Here's everything you need to know about choosing your first Bullet Journal notebook.

Rritual is a tool for directing behavior. Here's how to use it in your practice.
Food and eating are the most basic components of our lives. Here's a log for helping you be more intentional with what you eat.
Bullet Journal creator Ryder Carroll initially created the Bullet Journal method to help him navigate life with his ADHD. Here's how you can leverage the method to help with your own ADHD.