If you love your bullet journal, you’re not alone. Articles on bullet journaling were popular this year.
Let’s look at the most popular articles.
Bullet journals for fiction authors
When you write fiction, you need to keep track of 1001 details. It’s not easy.
If you succumb to the temptation to FIX stuff, you’re 100% guaranteed not to finish the novel, in my experience anyway. I’ve found that if I can encourage myself to move forward (as if the changes had already been made), I can complete the book, AND I know what needs to be done in the second draft.
Discover how to bullet journal your novel
Another popular article, Bullet Journal Your Novel: 5 Tips To Help You To Write More, offered this tip:
Try doing brain dumps, right in your bullet journal. Brain dumps are an excellent way to build out your plot, and develop your characters.
A brain dump can also kickstart your writing on slow days.
Your book journal helps you to get into a “writing” mind state
The most exciting thing about journaling your book is the answers you’ll get to the questions you ask.
Ask questions. Ask for plot ideas. Ask about your characters. Ask yourself any questions you choose. When you write down questions you have, it clears space in your mind for you to write.
Inspiring ideas for reading and writing
This article, Inspiring Bullet Journal Ideas You Can Use For Reading And Writing, offered:
- Track your writing goals, ideas, and daily word counts;
- Use Collections for longterm planning of your writing, as well as works in progress;
- Use your future log to set publication dates…
As we move into the final days of 2019, take a moment to reflect on what worked for you this year. And if you haven’t tried bullet journaling, investigate the process. Your journal will help you to get more done, and enjoy life more in 2020.
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