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Bullet Journal

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Emily McMaster

on 1 April 2016

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Bullet Journal
Topics and Page Numbers
Titling your pages and what they are for helps you see immediately what is going on and for organization.
Some Ideas
-habit log
-gratitude log
-movie/book list
-bucket list
Rapid Logging
Rapid logging is part of the bullet journal system where the conciseness of your organizational language helps keep everything in order. There are four components to this concept: Topics, Page numbers, Short sentences, and Bullets
when you do decide how to show what is going on with your tasks, make a legend so you can organize yourself
Emmy McMaster
A notebook
A life

the way you input information. Three catagories are:
Tasks: represented by a bullet point and have different signs that show what has been done about the task

Event: represented by a circle

Notes: represented by a dash. Things that aren't actionable but are things you want to remember

These make up a daily spread or module! you can also add things you want to track/do everyday!!

This is your bullet journals table of contents
Bullet journals are kind of like Whose Line is it Anyway: none of the points matter!
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