Are you interested in bullet journaling but a bit intimidated by the super-artistic BuJos you’ve seen on Pinterest and Instagram? Sometimes it seems like you’ll never have the time or talent to create those spreads. How does an ordinary person (especially an impatient one!) take the first steps on a bullet journaling journey?
My advice is to start following some accounts on social, but keep your ego in check and just enjoy what others are generously sharing. People who are passionate about bullet journals form a big, open-hearted digital community, with something for everybody.
Who do you want to instruct and inspire you? Choose among professional artists and calligraphers and DIY’ers as well as minimalists and productivity geeks and busy, creative folks with families and careers and studies.
So, check out some of these popular bullet journaling resources on social media to find out who you click with and where you feel at home. You can be sure, they’ll want to welcome you!
Bullet Journal Beginners – https://www.facebook.com/groups/BulletJournalBeginners
Journal Junkies – https://www.facebook.com/groups/BulletJournalJunkies
Minimalist Bullet Journals – https://www.facebook.com/groups/minimalistbulletjournals
Bullet Journal Spreads – https://www.facebook.com/groups/BulletJournalSpreads
Bullet Journaling Tips and Tricks – https://www.facebook.com/groups/bulletjournalingtipsandtricks
Art Journaling for Beginners – https://www.facebook.com/groups/artjournalingforbeginners
Art Journal Junkie – https://www.facebook.com/groups/ArtJournalJunkie
Digital Planners and Journals – https://www.facebook.com/groups/DigitalPlannersWorldwide
Planner Of All Things @showmeyourplanner
Ryder Carroll @bulletjournal, the *official* bullet journal account from the bujo creator. Emphasis on amazing minimalist spreads for mindfulness, productivity, and positivity.
Alexandra Louridas @alexandra_plans
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