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Dot Journaling: A Practical Guide: How to Start and Keep the Planner, To-Do List, and Diary That’ll Actually Help You Get Your Life Together

Organize your life, record what matters, and get stuff done!What the heck is a dot journal? Its a planner, to-do list, and diary for every aspect of your life: work, home, relationships, hobbies, everything.Early adopter Rachel Wilkerson Miller explains how to make a dot journal work for youwhether you find the picture-perfect examples on Pinterest inspiring or, well, intimi...

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Dot Journaling: A Practical Guide: How to Start and Keep the Planner, To-Do List, and Diary That’ll Actually Help You Get Your Life Together Reviews

  • Colona Public Library

    I started and stopped Bullet Journaling last year. I enjoyed it, but did not want to put a lot of work into it. This book gave me some ideas on how to organize and layout my pages to it was more helpful to me. This book gave me a lot of great ideas on how to set up my journal and ideas on what I should include in it. The pictures in this book of journal entries has given me the inspiration to try Bullet Journaling again. The chapters were divided into different sections. The first few chapters g ...more

  • Airi

    I was surprised to find this title in our bookstore as I didn't really think bullet journaling is a thing in my city and I agonised whether this is a book I should spend my money on, mainly because I knew there's tonnes of similar information online, which I have been checking out mainly on YouTube. I bit the bullet (heh) and purchased it and as someone else in the review section said, the great thing about this guide is that it's finite. So once you've read it, you can just put the book down an ...more

  • Chris

    Yes, you can get all of this content hither and thither online, but - I just really like having it all in a single place. The book is fairly bristling with sticky tape flags marking things I want to remember or reference.

  • Anwen

    I'm not new to bullet journalling, but it's easy to get overwhelmed with all the gorgeous, artistic spreads on various platforms, or to disappear into a TV Tropes-level rabbit hole of reading more and more ideas of Terribly Useful Things To Include. I'm coming back to the system after a bit of a break, and decided to treat myself to this very pretty book, expecting to kick myself a little, but I've been pleasantly surprised. Yes, it's very, as my kid says, Aesthetic, but there's also a ton of pr ...more

  • Emmy

    I've been looking for a catch-all "how to" guide on bullet journaling for a while now. Usually, Google searches turn up page after nauseatingly beautiful page of artistic spreads, gorgeous headings and borders, and perfect handwriting. But, nothing told me how to do it. Most posts were just "this is what I do--isn't it beautiful??" which really does nothing for anyone except the braggart who is showing off their journal. (What do you mean I'm salty? I'm not salty--you're salty!)

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  • Elizabeth A

    I am one of those people who got on the bullet journal bandwagon early, so was interested in seeing what this book had to offer. It's simply BuJo by another name. I did not learn anything new, and am actually rather disturbed that the author does not seem to credit Ryder Carroll, who created the system, at all. There are tons of people on Instagram and online with BuJo spreads if you are in search of inspiration, and if you are part of this world already, you know that spreads can be as plain or ...more

  • Elizabeth Tai

    I know everything there is about bullet journalling, but I still find Miller's layouts and tips inspiring. I pick this up from time to time to get a refresher and to be inspired all over again :D

  • Jay

    I had never heard of “dot journaling” before seeing this book, but I’m always interested in ways to manage my time and record those things that I might need to find later on This seems like an interesting take on doing that, starting with a blank journal. The process appeared to me to be focused on the manual creation of forms, and then using them. This is not a process for efficiency – you won’t be managing your time using less time with this system. This is because you will spend time manually ...more