Bullet Journaling for Writers by a writer
Ideas, spreads, inspiration, and tips for your Writer's Bullet Journal. All from the brain of an over caffeinated ginger.
Writers rejoice! The bullet journal system is here and it is endlessly customizable and ready for all the ideas that you have to throw at it!
Come along with me on my adventures; using, customizing, and tweaking my writing process in my journal.
THE NANOWRIMO 2018 PRINTABLES ARE HERE!
Make sure to go check them out at the store in the header above or click this link and it will take you RIGHT THERE! YAAAY!
Want to follow along with my progress as I write this years NaNo? Check out my special blog section where I’ll be posting my novel progress every day along with a vlog showing you my progress with my Bullet Journal! It’s a lot of extra work, but it should be just fine!
Read 2016’s NaNoWriMo First draft!
I started writing this is in 2016 and I’m finishing it up for NaNo 2018! Get caught up so you can read along as I write this years NaNo Book.
It’s a first draft, which means that it’s not the best. But I hope that it helps you understand that your book doesn’t have to be perfect, just done.
My name is Zoe and I'm 26 years old.
I'm a wife, a mom of two fantastic boys, an avid writer, and bullet journal junkie. My writer's bullet journal has been my writing companion for two years, after I switched from my old "system", where I never really filled up my journals and carried three or four books with me at all times.
I've been writing since I was thirteen years old, trying to hone my craft in the best way possible. I've taken college classes on craft, listened to THOUSANDS of hours of podcasts, and been in dozens of writing groups.
With all this knowledge, I want to show you how to best use your bullet journal for your writing! Let's learn this system together and some really good hacks!
I have a free Novel Starter Kit Printable for people who sign up for my weekly email list. I use them to help me create more dynamic characters, plan scenes for each drafting stage, and make my settings come to life; all in my Bullet Journal! I'm super happy with the way they look and love how they challenges me to write deeply and with more meaning.