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A Small Peek Into My Bullet Journal: February Mood Mandala

I started bullet journaling in August 2016.  Bullet journaling is a system of planning developed by Ryder Carroll.  For me and many others in the planning community, it is so much more than that.  In addition to keeping track of important dates and tasks, it's also a form of creative expression and memory keeping.  One thing that really drew me in was the simplicity and flexibility of the system.  For example, all you need is something to write with and to write on.  It's easier to have a notebook, but during especially busy months in the past, I've used scrap paper that I clipped onto the edge of my rolling cart with a clothespin.  A bullet journal can be whatever you need it to be, and it's fully customizable.  You can keep it simple or make it fancy.  Right now, my bullet journal is part planner, part brainstorming, and part art journal.  I'm using a Rhodia dot grid hardcover journal, but that's only because the paper is fountain pen friendly.  I get hand cr…

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