Every blogger knows that running a blog can be exhausting. There's so much to do at any given time! Posts to write, images to edit, ideas to remember, notes to take, projects to juggle.... it's madness! So I have a suggestion for handling all that information in one easy way: the bullet journal for bloggers. Using a bullet journal can help you plan and organize all facets of your life, but it's especially useful for running your online business. And it can travel with you anywhere to help you brainstorm, jot down ideas, and remember your tasks each and every day. It's the perfect blogging tool!

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  1. This was wonderful! I’ve been looking for something to help me get organized with my blog schedule and tasks. This is the perfect method. Thanks for posting.

  2. I love this ! I use my bullet journal for all aspects of my blog, some of these I’ve already started to use. These are really great ideas and I can’t wait to try them! 🙂

  3. I was going to get my blogging Bullet Journal set up this weekend when I found this post on Pinterest! Perfect timing, as you have a lot of great ideas in this post! Thank you so much for sharing!

    1. Little Coffee Fox Team says:

      It’s great to hear you’ve found this helpful Keri! Best of luck to you on your blogging journey.

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    1. Little Coffee Fox Team says:

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  5. Oh my God! You helped me a lot! I just started a blog, and I was having problems with organization, but after I read this post and did this Bullet Journal for bloggers my life got much better!

    Thank you!

    My Thoughts

    1. Little Coffee Fox Team says:

      So glad to hear this was helpful for you!!

  6. Hey there I’m loving this! Following you now 🙂 I’ve been bujoing (new word?) for about a year now, getting into finally launching my blogs and wanted to incorporate the bujo. Thank you for the inspiration. Curious though, I love watercolor and am curious on what you use to do that in the book? Not just reg brush it’s like a pen with the color in it or just water? Does it just allow for precise letter making? Thanks!

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  7. I love this idea! I think I will start doing bullets to organize my planner. Also, using brush pens is a great idea too!

    1. Little Coffee Fox Team says:

      It really is a great way to get your planner organized and help you be more productive!

  8. Such a helpful post! I’m about to finish my first bullet journal and am looking for inspiration, particularly for blogging to improve on my set up for my next journal. I particularly like how you’ve set your week up. I hadn’t thought of going across the page in two rows rather than down the page. I’m thinking this could be the set up I need to keep me adding my three positives from each day within my weekly spread. With my current layout, it feels a little cramped. Xx

    Tania | When Tania Talks

    1. Congrats on finishing your first bullet journal, Tania! That’s really something to be proud of, so give yourself a mini celebration 🙂 And awesome, I’m thrilled that this weekly layout made something click for you. Have fun setting up your new journal!

  9. I love this post very informative because I just started a personal blog . I think I will be putting alot of these collections in my bujo for sure. Thanks Kylie

  10. Hey Shelby, this post (and site) is full of inspiration. Even though I’m a geek, I love writing with pen and paper. Sometimes I feel more focused and productive on paper. Especially for brainstorming ideas. I journaling my activities through an app on my Macbook. I will definitely borrow your method to create a new bullet journal. Thanks for sharing all these techniques with us.

    Off to share your post on my social media networks.

    1. I feel the same way, Steve! Computers and phones just have too many temptations that leave me distracted and dazed. There’s a real zen to pen and paper planning. I hope you enjoy creating your new bullet journal, and thanks so much for sharing!

  11. Shelby, do you use the medium sized Leuchtturm or a larger one in the pics you placed in this post? I have a medium size and don’t feel I could fit four days on one page like you did. Maybe I need to try harder! Favorited your Pinterest shop, love your designs! 🙂

    1. Hello Vicki! I use an A5 sized Leuchtturm, but I also write rather small. That might be why I can fit so much into a single spread! If you can’t fit several days onto a page, don’t worry about it 🙂 It probably just means that you’re busy and you need the space to get all your tasks down, which is great! And thank you so much for your kind words <3 I'm so glad you like the shop!

  12. Thanks so much for sharing! There’s so many ideas in this post.

    If you want to make password storage easier and more secure, I highly HIGHLY recommend a password manager (I use KeePass2). It is, hands down, one of the most valuable tools for internet security in existence; not only does it help avoid that awkward moment where you can’t remember your username or password (you can just copy-paste from the app), but it also auto-generates secure passwords and ensures you have a unique password for every single account. It really is fantastic.

    1. That’s a great tip, Nicola! I’ll definitely need to check that out. I’m always looking for more ways to beef up my internet security!

  13. Is this the a5 hard cover? How many pages?

  14. What a great post. Thanks for sharing your ideas. I’m becoming more consistent in my blogging skills and I am looking for ways to be more organized and focused.

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