I don't have time to journal is what most people say. Well I believed that too until my girlfriend Liz told me about how to bullet journal. I did a little research about typically bullet journaling ,which I think is a great concept. Check out how to bullet journal HERE. But what I took away from it that you don't have to write lot of words down but you can just write down a few things that are important. The other fun thing about doing a journal this way is that you can kind of bust out your old high school gel pens and have fun doodling. This is my favorite thing to do in the morning, devotional, coffee and some doodling. I decided to take this type of journaling and apply it to my daily devotional (seen above). So check out some journals and devotionals that will allow you to take a stab at bullet journaling.
I have loved doing a daily devotional especially given the times during COVID and being at home with the kids. I've been using a devotional for mothers and I have loved writing down how the kids are doing, prayer requests, and documenting this crazy time.
Here are some other examples of this type of bullet journaling. Basically your high school dreams coming true.
So below I listed some cool daily gratitude journals if you aren't religious and I also included a little bullet journal set with pens stickers etc. I think for 2021 I will try doing more of a traditional bullet journal and see how I like it.
I think the best time is NOW to start a journal as we are in such weird times. There is a misconception that we have to write so much to journal, but with this technique you don't. I have also seen people do this for baby books, tracking their pregnancy or all different types of milestones. It is a really fun concept and I wanted to share it with you!