Looking for some ways to add a bit off fun to planning and organising? In this blog post we share lots of bullet journaling ideas that you can use in your Quilter's Planner.

In last week’s blog post, we talked about the craze that is bullet journaling, or BUJO if you’re in the know! It’s a fun, efficient and useful way to manage your time and pretty much every aspect of your life. This week we thought we’d share some ideas of how to use bullet journaling in your Quilter’s Planner.

Bullet journaling is a great way to help you organize your daily life and all those tasks, appointments and commitments you have each week. Here’s a diary page with some ideas of layout.

The grid and dot diary pages, with less structure, are a great way to create a layout that works for you. If you love doodling and jottings, these pages are for you.  Equally, you can have lots of fun with the horizontal and vertical layouts!

You can also apply bullet journaling to other aspects of your life. It could be your yearly goals, your bucket list, the books you want to read, the movies you want to watch, the places you want to go… the topics are endless!

Wellness, mindfulness and gratitude are also important aspects of your life to focus on, and the Quilter’s Planner can help you do this. Why not make a page of all the things you are grateful for?

Some people like to track their mood throughout the year or perhaps their fitness journey.  Or why not create a page listing all the things you like to do for self care – then make sure you do some of them!

Decorating your pages with doodles, drawings, graphics, borders and quotes is a fun way to make your planner really personal to you. Here’s a few ideas we love that you might like to use as well.

We hope you have fun with bullet journaling in your planner! Do share your pages with us, we would love to see! Tag us on Instagram @thequiltersplanner.