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December 21st, 2016

Bullet Journaling – Getting Started {lifestyle}

If you are like me, always looking for the next app, planner or planning system to make your life more efficient.

Ways to complete and track your tasks, goals and appointments. Organise all your notes without having sticky notes, notebooks and various apps all over the place.

You will completely love this Amazing new system that I found, Its efficient, practical and creative. I can see and track my goals. Keep my mind clear by writing everything down.

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This is my Bullet Journal, a Moleskine soft cover Journal.
Bullet Journaling is a very simple System, all you need is a Book and a Pen.

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Your Bullet journal will consist out of these basic pages.

• Index
• Future Log
• A Monthly Log
• A Daily Log

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Your Index, just like any regular Index. The Page Name and number.
Every time you make a new entry, you come back to your Index and add the Page Name and Number. This is an easy way to find anything in your Journal.

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Your Future Log is for all your Important static dates and events that you know of long ahead of time. Here you can easily view them and plan ahead. Start by creating a six or twelve month log. Count the dots on your page and divide them by thee, draw a line and write each month at the top of each section. Continue by logging your important dates.

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Your Monthly is for all your Goals you want to reach and Tasks you want to complete during that month. The one page will be your calendar, write down the month followed by days and date.
On the opposite page Log all your tasks for the month.

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Your Daily Log, this is the heart and soul of your journal. You will use this daily, start with writing down the header, day, date and month.

Your Bullet Journal Key consists of your basic Journaling indicators. a Dot is a Task, O an Event, Dash is a Note, Asterisk for priority, X it out when it is completed, forward arrow when you did not complete it and Migrate it to the next day or a back arrow if you schedule it for a later date.

When you complete your tasks for the day draw a line and start with the next day.

TIP: Make a Typography page in the back of your Journal. Write with each pen the pens name. This way you have a record of all your pens and you can see how they react with the paper.

Now you know how to setup your Basic Bullet Journal next time I will show you how to personalise it and really make it your own.

So join me in 2017, this dotted journal is available to purchase on Takealot and while you are there you can also stock up on some of your favourite Theuniskraal wine.


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