You have finally invested in a bullet journal. Now you want to get your life in order, one bullet point at a time.
Bullet journals are thought dumpsites. They are also a gateway to recycle your best ideas and give it a lasting form.
As pen and paper junkies ourselves, we have a list of 5 items that can help elevate your bullet journaling experience.
We are picky pen-hunters who look for the perfect pen everywhere. Our choice of pens are non-leaky; with ink flowing freely through a fine point and zero friction on paper for a noiseless writing experience.
That being said, PILOT Rolling Ball Gel Pens are our all-time favorites. They come in 10 colors; perfect to have your priorities color-coded.
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Nothing works better than washi tapes in creating beautiful layouts and decors in your bullet journal.
With a variety of unique patterns in bold colors, we found this Washi Tape Set on Amazon to be the most vibrant and popping.
With both a flexible brush tip and fine bullet tip in one pen, Tombow Brush Markers are incredibly pigmented – making them perfect for hand-lettering and calligraphy brush lettering your bullet journal.
A splash of paint within the pages of your bullet journal or even on its cover, can make a world of difference in adding your own unique touch.
Whether you are a beginner or an experienced artist, Prang is a cheaper alternative for professional watercolors. It’s highly pigmented, and so much more vivid that the tube watercolors.
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What better way to organize your bullet journal than a neat set of tabs? It makes navigating your journal easier and mark reference pages without having to flip through the pages endlessly.
We picked the Avery Mini sticky tabs not only for its re-stickable nature, but also because they are better than Post-its. Easy to write on, you can very easily move it from page to page.
Shafeeka Hafeez grew up escaping into a world of books where she discovered a love for writing and a fascination with trees. When she’s not taking up a new marketing skill, or typing out a blog post, you can find her Googling the best therapy for abandoned cats.