This is something new to me. I never thought of indexing my pages when I do my journal entries. I rarely even use dates especially when I’m writing free flowing ideas.
I tend to flip through all my pages when I’m trying to look for a specific entry I did.
So I think it’s really nice to add this page on my new bullet journal. I left three pages just for this very useful section of my bullet journal.
This one is very useful and this is one is the most frequently used items on bullet journals. From the name itself, “BULLET”, you need to use specific bullets to identify what you just logged on your journal.
This page will set as a reference of yourbullets and symbols, in case you’ve forgotten what it stands for.
I did use the standard bullets that was discussed at bulletjournal.com.
Although, I added some keys like location, I changed the key of explore/research because I can’t draw an eye symbol. I added color highlighters for mood and period tracking. It’s just really minor changes. You can check the standard bullets and signifiers at bulletjournal.com.
This is simply a reference of the dates. I’m not planning to mess this one. 🙂
This is a page where I have to put all events that will surely happen like birthdays.
I don’t know why I added a recurring log there. Honestly I might ditch this page next time because my friends and relatives ‘ssss birthday is on my iphone’s calendar.
This is my monthly view. I forgot to have a goals spread for my 2018 so I decided to have it on the monthly views.
I have a calendar for the month there and the dates are boxed. This is where I’ll highlight the days of a corresponding color for the moods. The bigger box is where I’ll write my absence, Overtime, rest day and pay day at work. I’ll highlight it with pink for my “red days”.
Blog Topic Ideas. I want to place it on a monthly view and just check it out if I was able to write the topic. This way I’ll have an overview of the number of posts I did in a month.
For this month I had my daily log combined with the weekly view.
I put all my weekly tasks on the day I wanted to do it.
I also had a weekly tracker on it. Which I can change or continue every week.
Usually, BuJo(Bullet Journal) pips does their tracker in a monthly or yearly view and they write the number of days vertically. In my case, the journal I bought has 20*30 grids only. Therefore, I won’t be able to write 31 days vertically. It was the last piece of dotted journal I found on the bookstore so that’s why I have no choice. Hahaha.
This is a blank space where I can write my reflections or summary of my entire month.
Of course it includes a list of what I’m grateful for and the things I could’ve done better for the past month. It is like a preparation of my goals for the upcoming month