Bullet Journal Tip: Put Tabs In Your Bujo

Today I wanted to share a method of Bullet Journaling I developed when I was still using a paper bullet journal. Instead of a regular bullet journal this requires a binder.

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There are four sections to this binder (A, B, C, and D), each with it’s own index except for D. Section A is for keeping track of future, monthly, and daily logs. Section B is for anything related to “other” stuff, like if you have lists or cheat sheets. Section C is for any drawings you might have if you like to draw art. Section D is simply for new pages.

So why is this useful? In a regular bullet journal when you have a new list or idea you want to add, you have to do the math to keep from breaking up your daily log pages. Your index will also be less organized. With these four sections every new page goes to its appropriate spot at the end of each section. If you make a new daily log page, all you do is go to the last page of section A. Every new idea you have simply goes to the last page in section B. Every new drawing you make goes to section C.

And of course this is not set in stone. You can have as many sections as you want and it works the same. That’s the thing about bullet journals is that they’re unique to each person.

Once again I know from experience how difficult it can be to keep up with things. That’s why I developed my system. I hope this helps you.