DIY: Bullet Journal
When it comes to an agenda, I have tried just about everything under the sun. I’ve tried online, small pocket ones from target, massive ones that have literally everything in it but none of them did everything that I needed them to. I decided to branch out and create my own bullet journal where I customize the pages and create my . After using a bullet journal, I don’t think I’ll ever be able to go back to a normal agenda. I have the freedom to do what I want and it can change from week to week or month to month depending on what I might need for that time. I love the flexibility that it offers me and I also like the fact that I can doodle wherever I want! With store bought agendas, I feel the need to keep the margins neat, but with my own agenda, I find myself doodling in the corners throughout the week about things that happened.
There are literally endless possibilities for creating your own planner and I’m going to give you some jumping off points – but just know that you can create your own ideal pages that suit your needs. Like meal planning, exercise tracking, lengthy to do lists, year long goals, etc.
You can purchase several different notebooks, I just bought this one in the dollar section at Michael's and it does the trick for me. But there are notebooks that are dedicated to bullet journaling, like this brand. It’s completely up to you and how much you want to devote to bullet journaling.
Here are some example pages that I use in my everyday life.