BULLET JOURNAL TERMS YOU NEED TO KNOW
One of the core principles of this system is the ability to move tasks forward to new pages. This is called migration. If you find that a task didn't get accomplished and you still want to keep it on your to-do list, you migrate it to your current daily page to keep it relevant.
A spread is often said to describe the pages in a bullet journal. Most people tend to refer to two pages side by side as a spread. You often see monthlies and collections referred to as spreads because they sprawl across two pages.
A tracker is a spread used to track certain information for a period of time. Trackers can span a week, a month, a year, or anything in between. There are unlimited types of trackers, but we'll be covering some of the most popular ones below.
The word "monthlies" is just shorthand for monthly spreads. "I love coming up with fun new themes for my monthlies!"
You might see weekly spreads nicknamed "weeklies". "I've decided to change up my weeklies format."
In the same fashion as monthlies and weeklies, people often call daily logs "dailies". "I track several things in my dailies, like my meals and my steps for the day."
The best thing that ever happened to me was realizing that productivity and fun could work together to create something truly spectacular. My life hasn't been the same since! Now it's time for you to grab your journal, pick up a pen, and dive in. What are you waiting for?