Week 2 of sharing the top Bullet Journal tips for beginners or a nice reminder for the pros. The first three tips focused on getting up and running in your bullet journal.
Here’s this weeks next tips:
Start a bujo anytime. There is no “right time” to start a bullet journal or planner. Waiting til next month to get starter is just delaying the helpfulness of the bullet journal method. Take your time and don’t wait. It will be worth it.
Use a pencil before your pen or marker. If you are designing or lettering on your pages, take a moment to roughly sketch out your ideas before you put down your ink. It doesn’t have to be hard lines, but a few tick marks or a light sketch can save you frustration and maybe a mistake or two from happening. And if you do make a mistake – it’s okay.
Make a note of the number of dots or spaces in your notebook. If you use a dot grid or line grid paper, knowing how many spots you have to create your rows or columns your page is super helpful.
Let me know if you use any of these tips or have any of your own that you have found helpful!