Hi everyone! I’m Salena from @salenasbujo and @letteredinblush, and I’m here to share a super fun book tracker tutorial with you. I love using my bullet journal to track lists of all kinds, and this spread is the perfect way to keep track of books you want to read or have finished reading.
Hi everyone! I’m Salena from @salenasbujo and I’m here to share a fun bullet journal cleaning spread tutorial to help you keep a clean and tidy home! I love using my bullet journal to keep myself organized, and this spread is the perfect way to keep track of your daily, weekly, monthly, and seasonal tasks.
Hey there! I’m Andrea from @wildeyesbujo on Instagram and I’m an artist ambassador for Zebra Pen. Today I’m going to show you how to create a key page for a bullet journal using my go-to Zebra Pen products. This key/legend is simply a handy reference guide that helps remind you what colors, letters, or symbols you use in your bullet journal to signify various tasks.
Hi everyone! It’s Kylie from @bujo.kylie here to give you a few tips on creating, organizing, and tracking your 2021 goals in your bullet journal! For this project, we’ll be creating a two-page spread you can use for tracking weekly, monthly, or yearly goals. For materials, you will need Mildliner Highlighters, Zensations Technical Drawing Pens, and of course your bullet journal, art journal, or whatever you like to use for tracking your goals. Let’s get started!
Do you want to forget about 2020 and have a fresh start to the new year? Do you make yearly goals but never end up sticking to them? If you answered yes to either of those questions, then this Mildliner Challenge blog post on 2021 goals is just for you!
Hello my friends! I’m Dayna—@daynadoodles on Instagram—and I’m going to show you how to create a Thanksgiving bullet journal spread so you can have your Thanksgiving recipes (mine are based off of my mom’s Thanksgiving dinner ^_^) and ingredients all in one place.
The Mildliner Double-Ended Highlighter & Marker is the OG tool for artists, students, and everyday use. The two unique ends—including a chisel tip and a bullet fine tip—and its mild translucent ink make it a truly unique product that is often imitated but never duplicated.
Hello everyone! I’m Salena from @salenasbujo and I’m here to show you how to start a minimalist bullet journal. If you’re anything like I was a few years ago, you’ve seen bullet journals online that look useful, but the thought of actually putting pen to paper to create your own spreads seems like a daunting task. Today I hope to show you that it doesn’t have to be, and that a future log and monthly spreads are great ways to stay organized if standard planners just don’t work for you.
Hi everyone! Cynthia from @cynthiabujo here. Today I’m going to show you how to create a brain dump and mind map for your bullet journal. These spreads are perfect for organizing different aspects of your life and can be customized to fit your individual needs.