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I recently decided to give bullet journaling a try after months of considering it. In the past, I have sworn by my Happy Planner and wasn’t sure I wanted to try anything new. But I am SO glad I did!
I am still using my Happy Planner as an editorial calendar for my blog, a post on that is coming soon.
The beauty of bullet journaling is that you can literally make it whatever you want. You can use it for business, tracking habits, to do lists, and more! I love having the flexibility to change the pages as I need to and simply skipping days without the guilt. I also can give a day as much or as little space it needs, which is great for the busier days.
When I first decided to invest in my journal I did a ton of research on what to purchase, just as you may be doing right now. I would read list after list of people’s opinions on what to use. I decided I wanted to try both the Moleskine journal and the Leuchtturm1917 so that I could give you a very detailed comparison of each.