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How to make a minimalist Bullet Journal?

You don't necessarily have the soul of a designer? Then the minimalist Bullet Journal is for you! With a sober aesthetic, it allows you to go directly to the essential by eliminating the superfluous. In short, here's why to adopt it and how to personalize it!

Why the minimalist Bullet Journal?

Concise, refined and a bit aesthetic, here are all the good reasons to adopt the minimalist Bullet Journal on a daily basis!

To find your way around at a glance

With the minimalist Bullet Journal, no more stickers, colors or decoration. Inside, the pages remain uncluttered and go straight to the point. Ultimately, a simple little code allows you to quickly view the information in your notebook. But its strong point is to avoid going in all directions and sometimes having difficulty finding one's way.

To focus on the essentials

Unlike a creative Bullet Journal, the minimalist Bullet Journal focuses on the essentials. So you don't need to opt for a fancy notebook with colored dots or pages. On the contrary, it gives off a relaxing feeling with a perfectly clear organization. In addition, the rest of the blank page can be used to jot down some ideas or to find inspiration for new projects. In short, it is a space that leaves room for imagination without the need to spend hours working on aesthetics.

To save time

The other strong point of the minimalist Bullet Journal is that it saves time! With a creative journal, it takes about an hour to decorate an entire page, whereas in this stripped-down version, 10 minutes is more than enough. As a result, you save considerably on writing it while keeping the essentials close at hand: a perfect organization between professional and personal life!

How to make a minimalist Bullet Journal?

Even if its style is much more refined, the Bullet Journal takes up the main lines of the concept that makes it so successful. In short, here is how to create the essential pages for good reading in your notebook.

The index

Organization enthusiasts won't be able to do without it! On the first page, the table of contents makes it easier to find your way between your professional projects and your personal projects. Since you're not using color, consider numbering to get straight to the point.

The annual schedule

The other essential of the minimalist Bullet Journal is certainly the annual planner. Holiday periods, birthdays, upcoming events... At a glance, you can view your entire program without forgetting anything.

The monthly schedule

In addition to the annual planning, the monthly planning is essential. At the end of each month, set aside 10 minutes to prepare it in general terms. Inside you will find already blocked weekends, birthdays or important meeting dates. This allows you to organize your weeks according to your work days and your rest days. Right next to it, also provide a “To Do” column which will serve as a guideline to avoid procrastination!

The week's schedule

Every weekend, the weekly schedule organizes personal and professional tasks. Important appointments, emails to send, phone calls to make, school trips... With a simple glance, you can check that you haven't forgotten anything and you can even add more as you go along .

The habit tracker

Finally, consider creating a habit tracker. This is a very practical tool for recording the number of times you have performed an action. For example, it can help you implement new lifestyle habits for a sporting activity. It can also help you balance your diet with a list of meals or water consumption. In short, it's a real assessment page that you can quietly fill out in the evening or morning for even more motivation during the day!