I’ll be honest; before seeing this on Pinterest, I had no idea what a bullet journal is, let alone best pens for bullet journaling. But, after browsing through hundreds of beautifully handwritten doodles, with pens that did not bleed. I was in awe! It gave me nostalgia. I felt like a young girl again. Thanks to the internet and a viral article from Buzzfeed explaining bullet journals and the hype behind this method. Bullet journaling is explained as a unique way to document the different aspects of your life in one notebook, this article provided in-depth explanations on how to how to start a bullet journal. 15 Incredible Bullet Journal Ideas to Organize Your MoneyBullet Journal Ideas Organize Your MoneyClick To Tweet
My favorite thing about bullet journaling is that you can get a bullet journal for less than $10! All it is is a blank notebook after all! No more of those $50+ planners when you can just order one of them for less than $8 from Amazon.
Check out these bullet journal ideas to organize your money.
You could think about your goals, or you could write them down so that you have something concrete to look at. This page will help you save money and keep track of progress.
Need to work on your money saving skills? Probably (most of us do). A spending log is a great way to keep track of where your money is going since sometimes it can be easy to forget. You can pinpoint bad habits and be on top of your finances this way.
If you have bills to keep track of, make a page for them so you can always make sure they get paid on time.
Saving up for a few things and will be doing physical envelopes rather than a savings account. It helps to visually see things this way for me to keep track of more than one savings pot!
Have you tried bullet journaling? What did you think of it? Tell me about it in the comments!
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