evolution of a bullet journal

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  1. Cas van Steenis says:

    Nice, I am not the only one with The Greatest Showman quotes in their BuJo :’D

    But I have seen the change with mine too. From minimalistic to super colorful and creative. My BuJo now is a colorful chaos, but in my case chaos is good. It makes me even more creative.

    1. Little Coffee Fox Team says:

      It was such an incredible movie Cas! Looking back at all the changes in your journal is so fun and amazing to see.

  2. Thanks for sharing this! 🙂 Now and then I tend to feel down about the fact that my bullet journal isn’t looking as great as those of Youtubers and Instagram influencers but this post cheered me up. I’m excited again to keep up my bullet journaling habit! 🙂

    1. Little Coffee Fox Team says:

      We are so happy to hear this has brought some renewed inspiration and confidence. It’s always reassuring to know you will continue to improve with time.

  3. this post was really uplifting. sometimes it’s hard when i see really beautiful spreads and i compare them to my bujo. i’ve been bullet journaling for a year and i think i’ve improved a lot, but it’s definitely harder than i thought!! i’m trying to focus on me, not others.

    1. Little Coffee Fox Team says:

      I’m so happy to hear this was helpful for you Katherine! There definitely is improvement as time goes on.

  4. Your post is encouraging – I am always getting create ideas from you. I am definitely going to try the monthly habit tracker in the format you showed. I have been looking for ideas on how to track multiple habits in an easy, visible way, thanks so much!

    1. Little Coffee Fox Team says:

      It’s great to hear this was helpful and inspiring for you Dianne! Thanks for being here.

  5. Where did you get those sugar skull erasers?!?

    1. Little Coffee Fox Team says:

      Sorry for the delay Erin! There are lots of options on Amazon 🙂

  6. Helen Bozzo says:

    Thank you so much!!! This was the most encouraging post!! I can relax, breathe and enjoy! It’s what I wanted to do, but there is so many incredible journals out there?.
    I have hope!! Thanks again!!

    1. Little Coffee Fox Team says:

      Glad to hear that Helen! Thanks for reading.

  7. Alyssa Epley says:

    I think this is such an important topic. I started my first bullet journal in February of this year – I did February on purpose because anything I started in January seemed to just go out the window. In just the last couple months I have seen an evolution. I am a busy mom of two boys and child like husband. I need quick and efficient spreads that I can go back to and “fancy up” when I need a few minutes to de stress. My “perfectionism” has been tested through this process but that’s why bullet journaling as worked for me. If I miss a couple days I don’t feel the need to get down on myself. I don’t need a play by play when I have a sick toddler at home and my 8 year old is nagging me about wanting to play the Xbox. I can only imagine with more time what my evolution will bring. Thanks again!

    1. Little Coffee Fox Team says:

      It’s pretty amazing to see how much your bullet journal will change as time goes on, Alyssa!

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