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How Do You Honor Yourself?

A warm welcome to all of our New Members! I encourage you to write a separate post to introduce yourselves to the Group!

I am feeling a bit pressured because I have so much I want to share with you about the Bullet Journal system itself (affectionately nicknamed Bujo), and so many ideas to use as prompts for us to try, and I'm finding I don't have the energy to do it all as fast as I want to push it out onto the screen.

Thank you for your patience.
I encourage anyone in the group to post thoughts, ideas, questions.

I found the underlined verses in the photo above in my morning reading today. It says:

"My child, honor yourself with humility,
and give yourself the esteem you deserve.
Who will acquit those who condemn themselves?
And who will honor those who dishonor themselves?"

My thoughts as I read this were, I often beat myself up for mistakes I've made or self-care I've neglected, or something I've done to hurt someone. And I'm very harsh on myself.

Do you do this too?

Then I thought about the very first sentence:
"My child, honor yourself with humility, and give yourself the esteem you deserve."

How will you honor yourself today?

I am going to either long-hand journal about this, or create a drawing in my Bujo. I invite you to do the same.
Blessings to you.🙏

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I invite you to read the article I saved today and share your thoughts or tips in the comments below or as separate posts.

Bullet Journaling can be a fabulous way to track our medications: changes, doses, times....

And just as important, a place to write about how we feel about taking them.

The picture is of my med basket, with my weekly planner and all of my prescribed supplements.
I take 25 pills a day.
And I have been both guilty of med noncompliance and victim to the stigma.

Let's talk about this!

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Series: The Basics Part 1: Video Review

Hi Everyone!!!😀😀😀
Welcome to Bullet Journal Buddies!!!!
If you've looked at the video I pinned at the top of the group, you saw a summary of Ryder Carroll's Bullet Journal system.

Ryder uses a 6 month layout for his Future Log.

In the photo above, I use a single page for each month of my Future Log, as I have A LOT of appointments, labs, meetings, Zoom meetings, Webinars, discussion groups, etc I need to keep track of.

The Future Log is for anything Not in your current month.

I will post several photos to show you what Ryder's Modules look like in my bullet journal. There are tons of ideas for layouts for each module on the Internet, and you don't need to be an artist to do this.

Rapid Logging: think brief, concise, and Clear. You want to make your entry brief, holding and focusing on what is important so you're not writing pages and pages, but Not so brief that the entry makes no sense later when you review it.
I particularly like using Rapid Logging when I'm creating my "Yay! Little Victories!" list.
Rapid Logging also comes in handy when you are trying to take notes during an appointment, or making a List of Questions to ask Before the appointment.

Monthly Log: Picture coming. I determine how many lines I need per day on my Calendar Page by what is already in my Future Log and Events I have planned to attend. The only things I set down in ink are my appointments. Everything else is in pencil until After it's completed. Then I put it into the Calendar.

Weekly Log: Picture coming. Ryder doesn't use this one, but it helps me break my life down into manageable pieces.

Daily Log: Picture coming. I do not usually Rapid Log here. I journal. I write whatever comes, I keep my Little Victories and Gratitude Logs here ( a separate post coming on Gratitudes). I title it simply with the month, day of the month, and day of the week.

Index: Picture coming. I actually split my pre-printed Index in half, so I have more space. In Ryder's system, the Daily Logs are not indexed. You can do what you want. What is Important should go in the Index, so you can find it later.

One more item I use monthly, and it can be done weekly, is a Habit Tracker. Picture coming. I use mine to tick off the tasks I need to do daily to stay well. It can be customized for.....keeping track of medication, for instance.😀

The wonderful thing about this system is it's completely customizable and personal.

Please feel free to comment below with ideas or questions!!!😀


Is there a difference between just Journaling and bullet Journaling? I recently joined the group and am not sure. Thank you


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Bullet Journal Buddies

I love bullet journaling, and find it incredibly helpful in organizing my life, journaling my thoughts and feelings, keeping up with my health management (both mental and physical), and would love to share and receive knowledge from others.
We'll have weekly prompts, and questions are always welcome!
Come check it out!

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Mornings with my Bullet Journal #BulletJournals #BipolarDisorder

Best part of my day is the quiet reflection here. I am lucky that with my work schedule I am able to have mornings like this. I hope everyone is having a good morning too, and if not, *hugs to you*. #CheckInWithMe

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My "happy page" in my bullet journal 🤗

Just wanted to share my Disney inspired happiness page with you all! This is one of many pages in my bullet journal; I was just flipping through it, trying to get out of my head, and this made me smile ☺
#BorderlinePersonalityDisorder #BipolarDepression #Anxiety #BulletJournals #Happiness #Disney

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How I coped in October

This is about the cutest way for me to express that October has been a difficult month. I have a lot of creative outlets, but this is one that I actually keep up with and enjoy. It’s my “Mojo” tracker and just a clever way to keep track of my “get-up-and-go” when I wake up. I know that I have to push forward but this reminds me that even though I feel pretty low, I made it through one day, moving one-day-at-a-time. 🧡 #BulletJournals #Depression #CreativeOutlets #BorderlinePersonalityDisorder #CraftingWithBPD #Motivation #CheckInWithMe #Anxiety #CPTSD #OnedayAtaTime