Bullet Journals for Beginners

I’ve been watching a lot of Bullet and Habit Journal videos on YouTube lately which is what has gotten me on the bandwagon. All of them provide great inspiration on how I can set-up my journal. I’ve Googled a lot and viewed a lot of journal spreads on Pinterest to get some ideas. The problem is there are so many good and useful ideas that it’s hard to keep it all in my head. Plus Bullet Journal Keepers seems to be able to organize themselves organically, something I can’t quite do yet.

Below is the Bullet Journal organization I came up with. At the end of every day, I will have additional room to add new features and learn. At the end of every week, I will be able to reflect and add additional items as needed. And ditto for the end of each month. This gives me structure and some flexibility to learn and adapt. What do you all think?

  • Key
  • Index
  • Future Log
  • Books to read or currently reading
  • Book Quotes
  • Bucket List
  • Running List of good & bad habits, and fears
  • Cleaning Schedule
    • Monday
    • Tuesday
    • Wednesday
    • Thursday
    • Friday
    • Saturday
    • Sunday
  • Calendar – Yearly
    • Birthdays
    • Goals and Resolutions
    • Monthly – Dates Listed with major events
      • Weekly
        • Week Log
        • Morning Routines
        • Daily
          • Day Log
          • What I need to improve – habits, fears, etc.
          • Who am I? – What have I discovered of myself
          • Anything goes.