My Experiment of Bullet Journaling
After listing the keys, I wrote the whole future log for the remaining months of the year 2017 and then 2018. The future log is where I would note any events or tasks of great importance and that I knew about in advance.
I made a "dreams page" and a "books, movies, shows page" as well. Next, I sketched the stars and constellations theme for September and began with my monthly log, the whole month listed on a page divided into two parts: for school and for my workout.
Then, trackers. I tried to track my habits, diet, mood and I also added an expense tracker to control my income and outcome.
After that, I decided to have a section called the recipe of the month but I did not manage to use that every month, though. Never mind.
At the very end, there belongs the weekly log where I planned my days fully, wrote my to-do lists, events, and dance or extra language lessons.
Why was it far better than a regular diary?
I cannot really tell the reason. Probably because it was just a me-time on those crazily busy days. I would plan my days calmly and draw a few pictures. It felt really relaxing and I knew I was organized.
I hope you got an idea how bullet journals work. I apologize for any mistakes as for English is not my first language. Any notes and comments on the content or on my grammar are always welcome but never get too offensive. We're all humans, we are not flawless and we're better polite.