If you are anything like me, your bullet journal is your companion. It helps you get through the day and prepare for tomorrow. You can log your present and save it for the past. And above all, it helps you collect your brain and keep you together. Perhaps your journal is bare-bones, with the simple set up that Ryder suggests. Perhaps, like me, you’ve gone a bit wild with the bullet journal doodles, borders, and other delightful riffraff. One thing is for sure: the strength of the bullet journal is the ability to adapt to each person’s individual situation, and the key to utilizing this is to experiment. Trying new things is a good exercise for your mind, and it can help you unlock your bullet journal’s fullest potential. So here are 22 bullet journal spreads that everyone should try at least once to become a productivity whiz.
Find What Works For You
These bullet journal ideas might not work for you, and that’s okay! Don’t feel bad if one of the spreads I’ve raved about just isn’t doin’ it for you. Trying something new is extremely important for growth and self-understanding, so it’s a victory even if one of the spreads was a dud. Remember that your bullet journal is for you, so don’t let anyone else tell you what it should and shouldn’t be. Just be flexible and willing to try new solutions to old problems, and you will find your bullet journal running at maximum capacity of awesomeness. You got this!