Inside my bullet journal.


As somebody with Asperger’s syndrome, organisation is very important to me; I have to plan my days, know what everyone else is doing. Added to this various things: column and homework deadlines; a vague revision schedule; interviews; blog posts to write and more. I was in need of a planner.


My planner’s have variously been chronicled on this blog; I had, and alternated between, two personal sized Filofaxes; they both grew messy, as well as consequently becoming unkempt. I also had an A5 planner from Paperchase; this was too big to cart around, therefore again being of little use. In the intermission, I started a bullet journal-well, my own version, at least. I haven’t got the usual layouts; rather, I divided it into diary and a misc section. Want to look inside?


I have up until July plotted in this notebook (also from Paperchase.) At the beginning is a ‘month at a glance’ with long term projects that month; as you can see here, I have a blog interview response pencilled in.

Following on from that, I have Monday to Sunday, then a notes page, then it repeats all over again. Then, from June, I have a goals page also. Gotta pass my exams!



I love to decorate! There is just something very cathartic. In blue are the blog posts for that day-this is over two days of a guest posting week I held not too long ago. I also (try to) keep track of revision tasks: I don’t do well with a timetable, so I set three asks for that day. In orange is my ‘To do’ list; I also keep track of my correspondence-what I receive and post-as well as questions for my lecturers, phone bill days, and Twitter chat reminders.


As I’m sure you’re all aware, the UK is having an election soon; it’ll be the first time I can vote. I have the deadline for voter registration to vote. There’s also my weekly pilates session-as I have poor balance-and what I’ll be baking that week. (It’s a long story, but I have baked for my politics class.)

I also keep Post-its; these relate to blog emails, brands to pitch to. Others relate to my blog relaunch.


July! This is the month introductory page; as you can see, these post-its are reminders, such as for giveaways, blog projects, and more.


As a way to divide up the diary into two sections, I collaged it. There’s Queen, Natalie Portman, Chanel….all the best things!

There are various things from here on; I’ll show you just a few:


A list of hashtags and chats for Twitter! As a blogger, my stats rely on my social media; I have to stay on top of it. Because…..I want you all to read what I have to say, really. I would love to create a community here.

This is a monthly layout for the relaunch:


There are Twitter chats, giveaways, and some lovely content…I hope to go self hosted. But I would love to import all my WordPress stuff to Blogger prior to doing so. Can anyone help? I need you!


My relaunch to do list! So much to do…

My mind is also a compulsive wonderer…I am very curious about this world. Whilst watching Designated Survivor, I doodled a list of questions for me to ask Google.


And in case I run out of Blog post ideas?


If you loved this post, here are some other Bullet Journal blog posts for you to enjoy:

A Beautiful Chaos:


This Stuff Is Golden:

Wishes, hopes and dreams:

What’s in your bullet journal? Tweet me your photos!




30 thoughts on “Inside my bullet journal.

  1. anthropolojay says:

    This is so cute!! I especially like the idea of using collage pages as dividers. I’ve been wanting to start a bullet journal and this definitely gave me some inspiration! thanks so much!! 🙂

    Jaycee |

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  2. yeknodelttil says:

    This looks amazing – I’m going to steal so many ideas for you!! I love the collage/clippings page and the list of hashtags and twitter chats (pro blogging tips right there). Thanks for the great ideas xx

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  3. Abigail Huggan says:

    I love your bullet journal! I’ve attempted it a few times but never managed to stick with it. However, I feel like I need something to keep me organised recently, so I’m tempted to try again. I think my problem was that I was trying to make it beautiful and it kind of took away from the purpose of it. However, the simplicity of yours has made me realise it can be simple.


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  4. sovotchka art says:

    I’m sure we all love seeing other people’s bullet journals, it’s just so interesting. And I Iike yours, very personal and consistent but also not perfectionist. And lots of colours, that’s always good :).
    I change my system all the time too, I think that’s normal. After all, we change as people too.
    Also yay for first-time voting! Participation is so important.


  5. JadesCreativeRamblings says:

    Loved this post! I’ve been obsessed with looking at other people’s bullet journals and I’m so tempted to start one, I just don’t know if I’d keep it up! I always just abandon any planner I use. I love your collage aswell, it looks fab! X

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  6. lifeasloismay says:

    I have been bullet journalling for a month now and find it really useful. I have a page each week for blogging schedules and my blog post ideas but haven’t worked out what is best for me yet with getting things down. I like to be very organised. Yours looks so organised, I love looking at other peoples journalling for inspiration.
    Lois x


  7. KathrinS says:

    Wow, your journals are very organized, they look very nice. I wish my handwriting was as neat as yours!!

    Kathrin —

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