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Bullet Journal Monthly and Yearly House Cleaning and Chores Tracker Layout for Bujo or Planner

Bullet Journal Monthly and Yearly House Cleaning and Chores Tracker Layout for Bujo or Planner

Bullet Journal Monthly and Yearly House Cleaning and Chores Tracker Layout for Bujo or Planner

Bullet Journal Monthly and Yearly House Cleaning and Chores Tracker Layout for Bujo or Planner

OK, this is incredibly nerdy but I can't believe how much this tracker in my journal is motivating me to stay on track with those little things that I try to stay on top of day to day.  Thanks for the inspiration, @boho.berry! #bulletjournal #habits #health

OK, this is incredibly nerdy but I can't believe how much this tracker in my journal is motivating me to stay on track with those little things that I try to stay on top of day to day. Thanks for the inspiration, @boho.berry! #bulletjournal #habits #health

Dreaming up some mini habit trackers. Kinda loving the mason jar. : bulletjournal

Dreaming up some mini habit trackers. Kinda loving the mason jar. : bulletjournal

Bullet Journal - Debt Tracker. Each block represents £100 paid off when coloured. Space to add date when each block is achieved and motivating quotes between the lines!

Bullet Journal - Debt Tracker. Each block represents £100 paid off when coloured. Space to add date when each block is achieved and motivating quotes between the lines!

pinterest: @mylittlejourney | tumblr: @toxicangel | twitter: @stef_giordano | ig: @stefgphotography

pinterest: @mylittlejourney | tumblr: @toxicangel | twitter: @stef_giordano | ig: @stefgphotography

If one of your 2017 resolutions was to be more organized, then I hope you have already made yourself a bullet journal. If you haven’t, you need to, immediately. Bullet journals (a mix of a planner, diary, and habit tracker), at least well kept ones, are the height of organization. It’s more than just a daily to-do list or a notebook to keep track of your homework – it’s a place to track every single thing you’re doing or want to do. If that sounds exhausting, it’s because it kind of is.

If one of your 2017 resolutions was to be more organized, then I hope you have already made yourself a bullet journal. If you haven’t, you need to, immediately. Bullet journals (a mix of a planner, diary, and habit tracker), at least well kept ones, are the height of organization. It’s more than just a daily to-do list or a notebook to keep track of your homework – it’s a place to track every single thing you’re doing or want to do. If that sounds exhausting, it’s because it kind of is.