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As a freelancer working from home, I use my bullet journal to keep track of deadlines, how far I've progressed in each project, and find out where my time goes. (Also, it's fun and looks pretty!) Head over to my blog for my newest collection of functional, minimal and pretty bujo layout ideas!
You know this spread probably from the last year. It's nearly the same for 2017, because I am so happy with it. Every month and week I check the appointments I collect to transfer them into the monthly and weekly layouts. So I think I can say that this is my most used and important layout in my Bullet Journal . Let me know what you are thinking about the combination of the shimmery gold and the light blue. I am absolutely in love . Have a nice and cozy Sunday evening guys . #bulletjourn...
I've somehow never done a post about my color key before, so it's time to fix that! This is the color key I've been using since getting Zebra Mildliners several months ago, and it's how I code my timelines and my completed task boxes. I have this code memorized now, but I taped this flip-out reference into the front cover of my bullet journal when I first started using it. (It's a scrap of Rhodia paper glued to an index card.) . I adapted my current color code from the one I developed
One of the best things of bullet journaling for me is the fact that you can change any layout to suit your needs. You can create your own totally from scratch, or you can get inspired from all the amazing fellow bullet journalists online. So, how can you create your own weekly spread? Here are some tips that work for me:
I always have constant ideas or trains of thought and I would write them down on anything that I could get my hands on - napkins, sooo many post-its, my hand, not to mention all the to-do lists I would make. Pieces of paper were everywhere and with bullet journalling everything is in one place and all my thoughts, to-do lists and memories are in an easy, accessible and not to forget organized notebook.