I can't make up my mind on it, but thought I'd give it a go. I have far too many perfect, pristine, untouched beautiful notebooks. I love notebooks, but can hardly bear to mar them with my scribblings.
the layout in these seems flexible enough I think I could let go of my need to keep them pristine, and worry about if I've left enough space for what I'm writing in, since you can just go to the next availiable page etc. it seems quite fluid.
all the same, I have a level of notebook control freakery that I have ordered another one specifically to use for this, as it does appear that the dotted grid ones work best aesthetically and for flexibility with them.
and, any excuse for another lovely notebook....
Nice to hear from you again! If you don't mind my asking but what is a bullet journal?
I am also a fan of note books. I have a few as well!
I use a note pad to record my thoughts so I'm guessing it is something like that?
Thanks for the link, I´ll take a look as I was wondering the same as Lou as I´d not heard of these before. They sound really interesting. Good luck with your bulleting!
Nola, thank you for sharing this. I had not heard of bullet Journaling before and I'm now enthusiastic about starting! I also love notebooks and writing down my thoughts,To Do lists, and cosmic orders..and more. I usually buy a thick notebook from Paperchase and write everything in it. I went onto the link and decided I must try this as I like the way it's organised and it looks fun
I'm inspired, thank you for the tips. It will help me organise my projects more. My current lists of things to do, thoughts, etc was all mixed together; I had some kind of system before where I would use post-its to refer back to the page. So the Bullet Journal is just right for me too as it will give structure. I'm looking forward to choosing the notebook too, which I'll be doing soon. Warm wishes, Kxx
I've been using bullet journals to keep track of my readings for about three months now, but i'm afraid it's not very pretty ahaha.