Hi! I’m Crystal, the bullet journal addict. I’ve been using the bullet journal method for over 3 years to manage my hectic life. On a daily basis I see people who want to bullet journal but feel they can’t because they aren’t creative enough. I’m here to tell you, you are creative enough.

My philosophy is that creativity is like a muscle, if you don’t exercise it enough you lose your creativity. Here on Bullet Journal Addict I motivate you to get creative by providing simple tutorials and new ideas that you can use in your own bullet journal.

Bullet Journaling is a fantastic experience. Not only does it provide a creative outlet from your everyday life but it helps you organize your entire life into one easy to manage book.

From tracking habits, to keeping a gratitude log, all the way to planning out your daily, weekly, monthly, and even yearly schedule. The bullet journal is fantastic for remembering tasks, reaching goals, and getting your life in order.

Those who have ADHD can benefit greatly from the list structures that are found in a lot of bullet journals. It can even help you manage your depression and anxiety symptoms. Bullet Journaling has provided hundreds of thousands of people with a calmer and happier life through it’s simple method.

To learn more about bullet journaling take a look at some of my posts below to get started:

As always to find out even more about Bullet Journaling please visit BulletJournal.com to hear what Ryder Carroll – the creator of the bullet journal method – has to say about his method.

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Have a fantastic day and happy journaling!