Jun 14th. It's been exactly two months since I last posted, and in those two months I forgot how important bullet journaling was to me. I'm gonna be honest with you, I got lazy. I stopped filling in trackers, then I only made daily to-do lists every few days when I remembered, and then I stopped altogether. My bujo gathered dust on my desk while I was forgetting important dates, or times, or procrastinating the work I had to do because I didn't have a plan. And that shit was stressful.
Then a couple of days ago, during my exam study, I took a few moments to think about how I could have made this a less stressful experience for myself. How I could have avoided the late nights and little sleep. And it all came back to my bullet journal. It all came back to me writing everything down and planning my time. Writing lists! Anyone who knows me knows that I am obsessed with lists. So I made a massive list of what I wanted to achieve in the next few months. It's messy, it's not structured, and it's not something I originally wanted to post. But this is a raw brain dump of me trying to figure out exactly what I need to do to accomplish great things. This is me falling in love with my bujo for the second time.