Create your own
Get a blank notebook Create an index Create a Future Log — basically a year at a glance — by dividing the following blank “spreads” into 12 sections, one for each month; add to index.
Create a Monthly Log by listing all the days of the month on one side of a spread and on the opposite side, write a monthly task list. Denote each task with a dot bullet point; add to index
Create a Daily Log by writing the day’s date and all the tasks, events and notes. Events get a circle. Notes get a dash. Priority stuff gets a star. This is the “rapid logging” system.
At the end of the month, set up the next monthly log. Scan previous daily logs for tasks that weren’t completed. If they are still worth your time, they must be “migrated” by drawing an arrow and copying into the new task list or future log. If no longer relevant to your life, strike it out. Consider why.
Check Pinterest and Instagram for ideas on how to make your spreads look cool. Or leave it basic. Either is acceptable to the bullet journal junkies.