Thursday, December 29, 2016

Setting Up My Bullet Journal - Part 7 Bullet Journal Codes

Earlier today, Ol' Myrt here mentioned I sure could use a stencil to draw more perfect "squares." It seems fitting to show what type of bullet journal codes I plan to use. When I create a bulleted item, I will not use a plain old bullet. The square will be my most used, denoting a to-do list item. As I start the task, I'll place a diagonal line through the square, and fill it in when the task is complete as shown in my reminder tab above.
  • Square = task
  • Circle = event
  • Triangle = appointment
  • Heart = cool idea
  • Dot = note
  • ! = deadline
  • * = important
  • ? = explore
  • -> a migrated task
  • strike through = no longer important, irrelevant

And those tabbed sticky notes? You can pick these Redi-Tag Divider Sticky Notes 60 Ruled Notes, 4 x 6", Assorted Neon Colors (29500) up at Amazon or your local office supply.

What codes have you decided you'll use in your bujo?

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