Planning, tracking, and motivating in my writer's bullet journal

20 thoughts on “Planning, tracking, and motivating in my writer's bullet journal

  1. I have began 3 books and published none. I get stuck at 90% when everything is all over the place and instead of editing I just start a new book. I want to help people with my books but at this pace, I am not helping anyone

  2. Oh my goodness! Your system is my new favorite. I already use the composition size travelerโ€™s notebook so this will be super easy to implement! Thank you!!

  3. Thank you for taking the time to share your writing journal. ย I think this will be helpful to many people – definitely me! ๐Ÿ™‚

  4. I really love that Writing Dashboard idea! I might have to find a place to incorporate that into my own BuJo, cuz that looks immensely helpful, especially for someone with tons of projects on the go!

  5. Love this!! I'm always looking for bullet journal ideas for writers, but the keywords are ridiculous to find what I'm looking for

  6. This is exactly what I have been looking for to track my writing! Thank you – love the style too ๐Ÿ™‚

  7. Very nicely explained and done, Michelle. Thanks for the insights. I feel I can't do a writer's bullet journal in my daily errands journal and seeing this I feel I am totally right. I will check out the Boho Berry printables or I will just draw that out. I started reading and tracking how much I was reading because like you I would forget to read.

  8. This is really helpful. Thank you so much. I was looking for some spreads to help me as a screenwriter. Thank you so much.

  9. Michelle – This is just what I needed. I will probably rewatch to get a better handle on all your tips. Thanks so much for sharing. You should do a class on this.

  10. Nice to get some insight into a working writers journal, thanks! Some of your trackers are very similar to mine.

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