It’s that time again, where I flip-through my bullet journal on camera and then spend two hours editing in pixelated areas over private information. Hahaha. Such is the nature of actually using something you do enjoy sharing publicly!
I received a comment the other week about possibly sharing some weekly setups on my channel, since I haven’t done any of those in a long while. I don’t typically share them anymore as videos, because they’re very similar week-to-week which would get boring to watch. I do usually share my weekly setups on my Instagram (@samjgranger), though, so if you want up-to-date peeks, check there.
Something else I mentioned in this video is the possibility of sharing wedding planning on my channel. We are starting to plan our wedding soon, so I’ve been making a binder for that. I was going to use a bullet journal for it, but I’ve found that I really need a system I can insert pages into anywhere and organise in a linear fashion.
Anyway, check out the video down below for an update on how my bullet journal is going. I can tell you, I am so in love with this, unlike my last bullet journal!
I’ve been bullet journaling for eight months now and my current notebook has around 60 pages left. I think that’s pretty good! I’ve heard of some people using Leuchtturm1917 notebooks that only last a few months. I use mine primarily for collections related to time planning: future logs, monthlies, weeklies, dailies. I have some other collections but not a lot. I don’t use it as a traditional “feelings” type of journal/diary. So, I guess that’s partly why mine’s lasted so long.
Because this notebook is winding down, I wanted to do another flip-through video to show you what I’ve been doing since my last one. Check out the video below for all the details.
I’m planning on setting my new bujo up soon, and I think I will shoot some videos of this process, including the brainstorming/planning stage.
Don’t forget, if you want to learn more about what I use to bujo, read this page.
I’ve finally done a walk/flip-through of my bullet journal. This is a big and juicy video, so grab a snack and some tea, and maybe a notebook to jot down ideas! Check below the video for a list of inspiring bullet journalers, products I use, and so on.
Various people, in particular, have inspired what I do