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Bullet Journaling For Students

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Bullet Journaling For Students

This is another weekly spread but with a different layout and a different theme; Fireworks.

This is another weekly spread but with a different layout and a different theme; Fireworks.

This is another weekly spread but with a different layout and a different theme; Fireworks.

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Bullet Journaling is a creative way to plan your weeks, months, and years. They are just like normal agendas except every page comes blank and you fill them in yourself. There are light dots, grid formations, all over the pages to help with making straight lines. There are so many styles of bullet journaling you can do: everything from minimalist and simple to extravagant and detailed.
They are also useful in organization for school. Using the blank pages of the journals, you can customize pages to work for your needs specifically. Time tables, budget managing, grade trackers, all are possible on these dotted pages.
Here are some student friendly spread ideas for your Bullet Journal.
1) The Bare Basics: It’s super easy to make a normal calendar for each month in your journal. You can write down important test dates and times for your extracurricular to make sure you don’t forget anything. It also helps to use 15 minutes during the weekend to make the upcoming weeks to record homework assignments each day.

2) Semester Overviews: At the start of a new school year, it’s helpful to have a semester overview. Recording when midterm, finals, and other school commitments throughout each semester can make being punctual and mentally prepared for each big event in your school year much easier.

3) Brain Dump/Empty Journaling Pages: Brain Dump pages are pages that are left empty for you to write and jot down thoughts whenever you feel the need. Although they are not predominantly student used spreads, mental space is something everyone in high school could use more of. Whenever you just need to get something on paper, these no structure pages are useful and fun to look back on.

4) Contact Pages: If you need to remember what your teachers’ and counselors’ emails are, this contact page is perfect to look back on whenever writing out your next email.

5) School Goals: Thinking and laying out your goals for the school year is a really good way to set the tone for the year. You can also make monthly goals pages to keep yourself more accountable. Keep your goals achievable in every time frame you use.

Bullet Journaling is an easy outlet for expression that doesn’t require a lot of drawing or artistic ability. Each month can have the same classic simple layout, or each month can have a new colorful theme. Each bullet journalist has free reign to make it their own and make their lives more organized.

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