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Bullet journaling—the popular organizational method first debuted by Ryder Carroll in the 1990s—is still going strong. There are podcasts, blog posts, and fancy layouts dedicated to all things BuJo—not to mention all of the Instagrammers who post their bullet journal layouts, affirmation pages, and gratitude logs. Those who stick to the bullet journaling habit swear it keeps their life organized and on track.
The process has definitely worked for me. I’ve been committed to using my BuJo for the last three years: I love color-coding each block and swear that it helps me maintain both my mediation practice and exercise routine, and encourages me to drink water. When I flip open my tracker and see several “x”s in a row, I am motivated to resume whatever habit I am neglecting.