Micro.blog

In reply to
amit
amit
A Month of Bullet Journaling blog.amitgawande.com
vasta
vasta

@amit Thanks for the recap! I've always been so scared to jump into the BuJo practice (I have my own journaling system, but BuJo looks so much better) but this may just be what I need to spur me into change. Thank you!

cygnoir
cygnoir

@amit I really enjoyed reading this. I've been a Bullet Journaler for several years now, and despite detours through other analog and digital planning and journaling methods, I always go back to it. Something about it is initimitably compelling and useful to me.

AndySylvester
AndySylvester

@amit thank you for this wonderful description! I have friends who have done bullet journal work and told me about it, but now I have a much better example to follow. Thank you!

amit
amit

@vasta Even I was always scared initially to sign up for another journaling attempt. It was a discussion here on m.b once that had triggered an interest for me. I was worried if I would stick to the routine, but this method is fun enough to make me come back to it everyday 🙂

amit
amit

@cygnoir Thank you Halsted, glad you liked the post. It must have been some discussion that you and others on m.b were part of that inspired me - so have to thank you 🙂

The method is simple and natural, but does wonders for anyone getting started with analog journaling. Am not yet sure about the helpfulness, but I do find some pleasure in the whole process. For me, it’s a whole new world with pens and paper.

amit
amit

@AndySylvester Thank you Andy, so glad you liked the post. If it inspires you too to get started with a bullet journal, nothing better 👍🏽😊

wilsongis
wilsongis

@amit if I wanted to give BuJu a try, what references would you recommend?

amit
amit

@wilsongis It would be the official site to begin with. It has good enough necessary information to get you started. It is important not to refer any of the “beautiful, creative” pages from the Instagram or YouTube. It can get very overwhelming, very soon.