What is Bullet Journal?

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What is Bullet Journal? Bullet Journal or simply ‘Bujo’, was invented by American designer and writer ‘Ryder Carroll’ as a new way of taking notes by hand. For organizing life order of ideas and what to do to be more organized. It sounds like with a simple planner or to do list. But bujo is said to be a relatively independent note-taking. Its No rules, its charm is that we can design our own bujo. From choosing a notebook how to take notes, setting topics. Including design and decoration in their own style. It’s called journaling and organizing our lives where we can unleash our creative energy and let our imaginations run wild.  

What is Bullet Journal?

Want to know more about the Bullet Journal or Bujo? we introduces ‘The Bullet Journal Method’, a book with meaning and techniques To take note of Bujo Make sure you’ve read it. You will definitely have to get up and pick up a notebook and pen to write! 

Bullet Journal Benefits

  • Reminder both what to do and future plans
  • Taking notes of Bujo on each page considered to be organized compose ideas. Let us review our past, present and future within ourselves.
  • Bujo decoration design enhances creativity and can foster new imaginations.    

Take effective Bullet Journal notes.

Although we can create our own bujo freely. But if you want to take notes like a bujo to be effective. This can be done as a guide using two components: ‘Rapid Logging’ and ‘Module’.

Rapid Logging

Rapid Logging is a concise and easy-to-understand note-taking principle. It consists of four main parts that should be present:

  • Topics : Title or topic. to make it easier to categorize
  • Page Number : Enter the page number. will help to find it easy like a table of contents of a book
  • Short Sentences : Use short sentences to record. Such as appointments, tasks, or memo.
  • Bullets : Job status is the key to bujo note-taking so that we can see progress or the status of the set goals that we can succeed or not Symbols are commonly used to indicate statuses, such as # for things to do, X for things that have been accomplished, etc.