BULLET JOURNALS

The Th well­ness ll ex­pert ex­plains l i why these dotty books are all the rage!

Woman’s Day (Australia) - - Health -

Ex­press your­self

You don’t have to en­joy writ­ing to keep a bullet jour­nal. Some peo­ple draw pictures, oth­ers use colour and some cre­ate mini mood boards. You may even find your­self doo­dling – it’s yours so there’s no right or wrong way to ex­press your­self. Do what­ever works for you.

Sim­plify your life

Keep­ing a di­ary with your events and ap­point­ments, to-do lists and a jour­nal for your thoughts can be over­whelm­ing. A bullet jour­nal is a good way to stream­line things, with all your thoughts, goals and events in one place. Hav­ing the one jour­nal that can fit in your hand­bag means you can carry it with you at all times without it be­com­ing a bur­den.

Set goals

You can glance back at the end of each month and see your achieve­ments and which goals were un­re­al­is­tic and need to be resched­uled or re­framed for success.

El­iz­a­beth Mul­heron

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