Plano Learns: Bullet Journaling
Learn how to use a Bullet Journal to organize your life with Plano Public Library.
On May 5, we hosted a virtual workshop on the Basics of Bullet Journaling (BUJO). You can see the recording of the workshop below, as well as download the handout and access additional library resources.
BUJO is a system of logging all the important information in your life in a single, easily accessible location. The system is very flexible using collections of spreads, or layouts, which can be put in any order to suit your needs.
Download our Plano Learns: Bullet Journaling Basics handout for outlines of journaling styles, setting up your supplies and journal key, and examples of different spreads like future logs, habit trackers and a daily log.
Library databases and websites
- General Journaling Articles on the Hobbies and Crafts Reference Center (accessible with a Plano Public Library card)
- OneNote: Creating a Bullet Journal Style Notebook on Lynda.com (accessible with a Plano Public Library card)
- Bullet Journal website
- Pinterest: Search bullet journal, bullet journal ideas
- Reddit: r/bulletjournal; r/bujo; r/BasicBulletJournal
eBooks from the library
Dot Journaling—A Practical Guide: How to Start and Keep the Planner, To-Do List, and Diary That’ll Actually Help You Get Your Life Together by Rachel Wilkerson Miller
The Bullet Journal Method: Track the Past, Order the Present, Design the Future by Ryder Carroll
The 365 Bullet Guide: Organize Your Life Creatively, One Day at a Time by Zennor Compton
6 thoughts on “Plano Learns: Bullet Journaling”
Like!! Great article post.Really thank you! Really Cool.
We are very interested in Journaling. I have three journals. How many do you use?
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