Welcome to this ultimate guide to Bullet Journaling for students!
In this guide, I explain how to use the Bullet Journal to become more organized during the school year. Also, I give you spread ideas to organize your studies in your Bullet Journal.
When I was a student myself, I didn’t know about the Bullet Journal system. Today, I really wish I had, because I know I would have been so much more organized, and, maybe, more efficient.
Earlier this fall, I posted a three-part series of blog posts about the Bullet Journal for students. I have simply decided to put them all together here, “under the same roof”, for ease of finding. I recommend reading them in the posted order (such as reading Part 1 first, and so on) since I wrote them with a logical progression in mind.
So here is the ultimate guide to Bullet Journaling for students!
Part 1: Planning the semester
In Part 1 of the series, I explore ideas to organize the entire semester. I think an overview of the school semester is the first step in being prepared during the semester and before going back to school.
Part 2: Studying, homework and projects
In Part 2, I give example of pages for the planning of homework to hand in, the studying to do, and the exams.
Part 3: Student life
Finally, in Part 3, I show you ideas to organize the other aspects of the life of a student, other than school things: such as, planning a budget, meal planning, and how to figure out your weekly schedule or “Weekly Log” while including all the other topics seen previously.
That’s it for the three parts of the Bullet Journaling for student series.
Did you find this guide useful? Do you use other pages in your Bullet Journal to plan your school year? Let me know in the comments below!
Until next time!