Islamic Bullet Journal Series
Announcing our all new series, exclusive to Muslimahlifestyle.com – The Islamic Bullet Journal.
What is a bullet journal?
Traditionally it is a blank journal where the pages comprising of dots and you may create everything for your layout from scratch. If you are unable to find a dotted journal, any journal or book or notebook should be suitable.
Are you into bullet journaling? If Bullet journaling has fleetingly caught your attention, but seemed too daunting to embark on, then our new series is for you. In this post you will find some popular questions answered for your convenience.
Why Islamic Bullet journaling?
It is a great way to introduce habits that will help you track, plan, set deen focussed goals as well as track normal day to day tasks.
Is the Bullet Journal or BuJo a diary?
The bullet journal is not a diary. The bullet journal is a planner system created by Ryder Carrol to be able to be customized in a way that will suit the unique needs of each user.
What can you expect in this series?
The upcoming posts will take you through the process of setting up a standard Bullet Journal for daily use and introducing Islamic goals and themes into it. Set your future log to plan your good deeds and charity.
Also an exclusive Ramadan spread to inspire you to set your spiritual goals. A Dhul Hijjah spread to maximize the benefits of those days, all in line with creativity as well as minimalist options for the less creative.
- Black pen
- White gel pen
There will be a post targeting the most simplistic ways to get into journaling (not gender centric) – as well as supplies you may need.
You will finally understand why many individuals have ditched day by day planners and opted for Bujo’s instead. The fully customizeable setting allows you to be as free or as restrictive as you want the process to be.
We would love to showcase your journals on instagram so tag us using the hashtag: #MLSBuJo 🙂