Turn to the first page of your bullet journal.
Make a list of squares.
Put a symbol inside each square and decide what it will mean.
Write out what the symbol means.
Decorate the rest of the page with illustrations, magazine clippings, pictures or stickers.
Plan and organise your life with a bullet journal! It's called a bullet journal after the term bullet lists. Bullet lists are a quick way to bring structure and organisation to your BuJo. The most important list in your BuJo is the key, which is a cheat sheet of the symbols to which you have assigned different meanings. It's clever to use a key because it lets you indicate different events and tasks quickly, with just a symbol. For example, you might have a symbol for tasks to do, a symbol for birthdays, and a symbol for workouts. Tip! Your key should be at the front of your BuJo, where you can find it quickly. And remember to leave space so that you can add more symbols later.