Bullet Journals Made Simple


Guess what, friends? I have a newish obsession with bullet journaling. It started about a month and a half ago, and I simply can’t stop won’t stop. The entire process is truly fantastic, especially FINALLY being able to keep all of my thoughts, inspiration, and weekly planning in one place.

A few weeks ago, I filmed a Facebook Live video on all things bullet journal, and thought I would post it here for you if you’re interested in taking the plunge. I’ve also rounded up my favorite supplies, links, and daily inspiration. Enjoy!


My Supplies:

Leuchtturm 1917 A5, Dotted Pages – Dotted pages aren’t a requirement, but I find they are extremely helpful in mapping out my templates. Also, the index in the front keeps everything organized and easy to find.  The Goulet Pen Company has a great selection.

Faber Castell PITT Artist Pens  – Love these pens. I use the Fine and Superfine tips.

Staedtler Triplus Fineliner – Love color? These pens are great, and don’t cause ghosting on the back of the journal pages.

Foldable Ruler – If you are planning to carry your journal in your purse or smaller bag, a foldable ruler fits nicely.

Correction Tape – If you make a smudge or mistake and can’t deal with it. (Haha, WHO ME?)


Favorite Bullet Journal Links:

Tiny Ray of Sunshine – She has a great page on minimalist bullet journalists, as well as tons of helpful information.

Laura from bujo.auslife is my favorite minimalist bullet journal guru. I model a many of my templates from her spreads.

Here’s the original Bullet Journal website. Great video on how it all works without being totally overwhelming.

Boho Berry has a great You Tube channel featuring tons of in-depth tutorials.

Favorite Bullet Journal Instagram Accounts:








I hope you will give bullet journaling a try! I am absolutely loving it. Feel free to hit me up in the comments if you have any questions.

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Original Source of this article: Ruth Davis’ OC Blog , https://ruthrdavisblog.wordpress.com


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