If you haven’t yet discovered the wonderful art/system/lifestyle of bullet journaling, you should probably read this easy bullet journal beginner guide. Or if you have and love it as much as me and the rest of the millions who have adapted this organization system into your lifestyle, then you can probably relate to these 10 signs that you’re a bullet journal addict. Which is not a bad thing; in fact, I kinda find the term bullet journal junkie endearing, don’t you?
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3. You have at least half of the items on this list in your bujo arsenal.
But only because you NEED these bullet journal supplies for your bujo. (via Mommy Over Work)
4. Ryder Carroll, Boho Berry, and Tiny Ray of Sunshine.
You know who these bullet journalists are just by name. And you probably know a bunch of others too.
5. You have a bullet journal page for that.
There’s always a way to tie in your bujo to any aspect of your life, like a bullet journal budget, self-care in your bullet journal, and even bullet journal housework and cleaning schedules. The possibilities are limitless. How many of these over 101 bullet journal ideas have you tried? (via Mommy Over Work)
6. In fact, you have a dedicated bullet journal spread for other bujo spread ideas.
Because you like to make lists in general and you also like to make bullet journal spreads. (via Pin source)
7. You’ve planned out your next bujo…
Even when haven’t nearly filled all the pages of your current bullet journal(s). Now just to decide if you want this classic, this increasingly popular notebook, or this not as well known bujo notebook but loved by those who use it, or other ones… (via Pin source)
8. You have spreadsss with lettering and doodling practice.
Headers, banners, dividers, fillers, or what have you are abundant throughout your bujo. Even full pages just of various kinds of embellishments.
Or here’s a cute border one for reference that you can easily recreate in your bujo. (via Kawaii Drawings)
Or one of the many hashtags or account tags you’ve used to get your beautiful handdrawn creations featured.
10. You could (& have) spent hours admiring others’ bujo layouts and pages.
Even though you’ve looked at enough example spreads to give you bullet journal inspiration for ages, you can still get lost checking the same and new bullet journal layouts because who the bujo community is just so darn creative and talented and beautiful and giving and…the list goes on. Perfect reason to follow my bullet journal board on Pinterest because I love them as much as you do!
Being a bullet journal addict is an obsession that you should be proud to admit. Embrace that bullet journal junkie goodness!