Hello Zen Organizers,
If you want to start a Bullet Journal, the quantity of information and resources available online can get pretty overwhelming. So I thought I'd share with you the resources I've found useful when I first started.
However, as mentioned in the Beginner's Guide to Bullet Journal, I don't think you should look too much on social media because it can get overwhelming. It can also prevent you from focusing on what YOUR needs are. Also, the Bullet Journal advertised on social media are, for the most part, very artsy and focus heavily on aesthetics, whereas the initial method's focus is the organization and productivity aspects.
Of course, it doesn't mean it's bad to use your BuJo as a creative outlet. But I think you should first focus on the organization and productivity aspects (but that's my personal opinion)!
Go to the source
The two best places to get information are from the creator of the method: Ryder Carroll. You can check his website, in which the basic aspects of the method are explained: https://bulletjournal.com/pages/learn
But I strongly recommend reading his book! He goes into much more detail about how the BuJo can help you reach your goals and focus on what is truly meaningful in your life. Plus, he shares a lot of great productivity, organization, and motivation tips!
And, of course, Instagram and Pinterest are both fuuuuuull of accounts that display Bullet Journals. I won't mention any here because there are too many, and everybody has different tastes, so I'll leave the discovery to you!
I hope these resources will help you get started with this wonderful tool! Let me know if you find resources you think should be added to this list!
I wish you a great Bullet Journal journey,