Happy Bullet Journal Day!

The Bullet Journal Method: Track the Past, Order the Present, Design the Future

If you look around Pinterest and Facebook groups, you'll see that bullet journalling is all the rage but what most people don't know is that Ryder Carroll is the originator of the Bullet Journal Method.

Today marks five years since Carroll introduced bulletjournal.com to the world, helping millions of people like myself organize and prioritize the right stuff in our personal and work lives in the face of the dopamine homing missiles of the distraction age.

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I'm happy to share with you that he's giving away two free chapters from his new book (Amazon) which is out now.

You can download them for free here.

If you want to learn more about “intentional living” with the Bullet Journal Method, I encourage you to watch the video below:

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5 Comments

    1. Yeah! Give it a try. I use his techniques but apply my own twists as well…

  1. I’ve tried this, first two weeks I was so excited and did all these doodles in my journal. Now…I don’t even know where last left it! whoops

    1. Ha! I went back and forth initially as well. It provides a great framework for organization and then you can develop your own custom habits.

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