If you’re ready to get your daily exercises, work habits, and moods on the road for Bullet Journal Inspiration Layout Week, you should be using it as a guide. If not, you might find yourself straying into some mischief that you’d rather forget about.
This is the first week of Bullet Journal Inspiration Layout Week, and the theme of each page is about living life to the fullest. There’s no better time to start this process than now.
What you’ll want to do is start each day with a story or goal you want to accomplish for the day. Each day is full of opportunities to add something new to your calendar for the next day.
You can break it down into any level you want, like the next task you need to complete, or the job description you’re looking for, to name a few. No matter what it is, you’ll want to write it down and add it to your calendar for inspiration on the following day.
Once you’ve gotten all the ideas together, choose one that interests you and create your own expression for it. For example, I have a bunch of photos of my family to save up for a holiday album, so I started a week that I’d like to have this happening.
When you’re doing Bullet Journal Inspiration Layout Week, make sure you’re always taking your time and doing things slowly. Don’t rush it, but don’t go by too quickly either.
I recommend you do the same with Bullet Journal Inspiration Layout Week. Like I mentioned, there are plenty of topics you can choose from, so you can get a ton of ideas out of it.
Write down your goal, then create a name for it that fits within the context of your day. For example, today I would have the goal of getting more energy to work longer hours.
Make a list of all the activities you’re doing in order to meet your goal, and plan your day around those activities. Make sure you know where you’re going to, how long you’ll be there, and what you need to accomplish.
If you’re feeling tired or depleted, just keep working until you feel like you can work longer. This will help you get more energy for the day.
Don’t ever get discouraged if you see a day that you know you didn’t do enough to meet your goal, you’ve just looked at your calendar and it was the first thing you noticed. Just keep moving forward until you have accomplished all the goals that you set out to do.