2018 Bullet Journal Setup – A Simple Approach to Bullet Journalling

Many people I speak to about my Bullet Journal have an almost identical reaction.

“Oh I’d love to do that but I just don’t have the time, what with all the stickers and the doodles and artsy drawings!” 

As lovely as this is for the people who enjoy it and have the time, this is not what Bullet Journalling is about. The Bullet Journal is a very straightforward system of task logging, that can be completely customised however you like. So, if you’re not into the fancy drawings and Etsy stickers, today’s video is for you. My Bullet Journal isn’t an art project, it’s a time management tool that helps me get sh*t done.

My approach to Bullet Journalling is ‘less is more’.

I want it to save time in my day, and allow me to be more productive in less time. Not take up precious time in my work day when I could be doing something else.

It’s very much an ‘in and out’ job with my Bullet Journal. It’s jotted down on a Sunday evening for the week, or before bed for the following day’s to do list. Then I leave it at that and let it work it’s productivity magic!

I hope today’s video provides some organisation inspiration if a Bullet Journal is on your list of New Year’s Resolutions.

As always, please let me know how you get on – and if you’d like to win your very own Bullet Journal (that is, if you’re watching in January 2018) then head over to this video to find out how to enter.

Love & Good Vibes,
Kat x