Resuming Bullet Journalling; I Plan: 18 March 2022
In the name of Allah, The Most Beneficent, The Most Merciful.
I gave up on Bullet Journalling after doing it for a year. I started in 2019. Tried to continue in 2020 but dropped the ball. Tried to continue it again in 2021 but failed yet again.
Well, it might be a little late to continue bullet journalling this year but, heh, why not? Since the years for 2020-2021 were never completed, beginning in the month of April for this year seems fitting enough. These kinds of things can probably drive perfectionists crazy but I am not perfect and I am broken so whatever comes out of me remains imperfect and broken.
Anyway, let us have a little review of what my 2020-2021 bujo (short for bullet journal) looks like.
The reason why I want to get back into it is mostly because I want to have more content on this blog firstly and secondly, I need a lot of practice with my art. I have zero art skills and talent but we all have to start somewhere if we get very interested in learning it, do we not? I think doing this is a perfect opportunity to not only finish an incomplete book but to train myself to finish things I had once set out to do.
Alright, in my next bujo development blog post next week, I will share how I set up my 2022 cover and future log. Stay tuned!
Born 1989. Female. Metropolitan Muslimah. Songstress. Teacher in the Early Childhood Care and Education sector in Singapore. Gooner since the signing of Mesut Özil on 2 September 2013. We won two back-to-back FA Cups since. Made my first trip to the Emirates on 10 May 2015 followed by my first home game against Swansea City on 11 May 2015, which we lost 0-1.
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2 thoughts on “Resuming Bullet Journalling; I Plan: 18 March 2022”
Well hello, neighbour across the Causeway! I love your daily logs. I myself journal long entries and that’s about it, so seeing something so minimalist for daily logs is refreshing. Anyway, thanks for sharing!
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Hello, there! Thank you for checking out my blog and my post. Long journal entries are awesome! Sometimes, you just kinda need to pen your thoughts down to see them more clearly. They can be both therapeutic and cathartic as well.