Thank you so very much!
  1. Try it but don't spend a lot of money on it yet.
    It can or cannot take a lot of time. Completely up to you. I like mine but I'm bad at keeping up with it.
    Suggested by @barefootmeds
  2. Do it! I started mine after reading a list about it and I love it. I do a different weekly layout on Sunday's and plan my week that way. I would say I probably spend 30 minutes max on it. It helps me feel accountable and I almost wish I had more things to do to put on it
    Here's last weeks layout. I like trying different layouts depending on what I want to track. Also I just got a dotted moleskin of Amazon for about 20 bucks so no need to go crazy on the price.
    Suggested by @edoublebubs
  3. Here's a list I wrote about mine: BULLET JOURNAL, @DG STYLE
    I love it for the fact that it helps me to be less forgetful. I used to jot notes on random scraps of paper and then lose them, but this is so easy to organize. You can make it as simple or as complicated as you like. I take maybe 10 minutes on a Sunday to lay out the week, and then a couple of minutes to check in with it each day.
    Suggested by @DG
  4. I don't have a traditional bullet journal. I use a planner with tabs for To Do, Buy, Ideas, List, etc. But I just started using the bullet style (x'ing out when I'm done, instead of crossing out). That recent change makes my lists so much tidier. And the tabs have eliminated my little scraps of reminders that I always used to lose.
    Suggested by @doodler19