Keep it Simple: Make Bullet Journaling Work for You

Most people skip the basics, like rapid logging in your bullet journal.

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I have ADD and memory issues. I’ve tried many tools over the years to help me remember my life. Bullet journaling was one of the first tools that really ‘clicked’ for me and I’ve been using it for around four years.

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Kat Moody

Kat Moody

Wife. Mom. Writer. Advocate. Imperfect Christian. In our home: Autism, Epilepsy, Rare Disease & Awesomeness. Addicted to coffee. >> https://KatMoody.me

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