Like me, I have heard many who struggle to manage their time. When a large chunk of tasks pile, we tend to feel worked up and bogged down. As an attempt to solve this problem, I began to watch a couple of YouTube videos to find a solution. Channels like Mariana’s Study Corner, and Pick Up Limes helped me greatly.
A popular concept across several self-help and productivity YouTube channels was the Bullet journal. The term was fancy, interesting and yet it intrigued me.
A bullet journal is basically a life summary. The fast-paced lives that we live, tend to overwhelm us and throw us out of track. A bullet journal can help us concise into workable chunks of tasks. In a bullet journal, I found that one can even practice gratitude by writing things that they are grateful for.
It is often referred to as the ‘Written Meditation‘, the BuJo technique is helpful in converting our fast paced lives into a structured format. Bullet journal does not just help you to note down your to-do list. It also helps you schedule and works similar to a mind mapping exercise. With the BuJo, one can draw a map of how our mind thinks and works. With a written framework mapped out it is easier to work, grow, and transform personally.
The Bullet journal must be understood as a method of relaxation and ambience. The tasks are just divided into portions by using several tags, hyphens, bullets and designs. An effective method for productivity and success.