If you don’t control your money, it will be the one to control you forever. Save and save until you get mindful of your own finances. A Bullet Journal Budget Tracker is the way to go. You can download a simple monthly budget template online (and pretty easily I might add). However, if you need tangibility, use a bullet journal. Make journal layouts each month to monitor your expenses, track your bank accounts and set financial goals. Happy budget tracking!
Are you thinking of starting a bullet journal, but don’t know where to start? Good news! I can share with you the most basic things you need to know about it. Bullet journal ideas are everywhere, from Instagram to Pinterest. So many people are obsessing over it.
It’s time for you to start yours. So, how do you begin? Read on to discover exactly how to start a bullet journal and what bullet journal layouts and spreads are the best for beginners.
Have you tried doodling in your bullet journal? A doodle is a kind of drawing that doesn’t take long to create. All of those random drawings in your notebook back in school are called doodles. Now that you are maintaining a bullet journal, you can create more of them to make your pages even more fabulous! Bullet journal doodles can help you relax, and make your layouts prettier!
Are you guilty of making this giant bullet journal mistake? I was and I no longer am. You started your bullet journal for a reason…so read this before you open up your journal again.
THE GIANT BULLET JOURNAL MISTAKE
The biggest reason I got into Bullet Journaling was the journaling component of it. Yet, I found myself going days without using the journal part of my bullet journal. This is my bullet journal mistake!
Are you looking for new student bullet journal ideas and bullet journal inspiration? This blog post is for you, then! Get inspired to log your study schedule and monitor your grades with these visually appealing spreads.