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Tuesday Morning Tidy: Bullet Journal New Lists for a New Year

If you've been a reader for awhile, you know that I'm a huge proponent of Bullet Journaling for organization and planning. If you're new to the world of Bullet Journals, welcome! We have some information to help you start your journey:

  1. Welcome

  2. The Initial Setup

  3. List of Lists

  4. Shopping List

Today, I'm back with an update about my own Bullet Journal. As life changes, and inevitably gets more complicated, finding ways to keep new information organized is imperative.


I have a few additional lists that are helping me keep track of it all in 2023!

  1. Specialty Packing - Do you have a kid who participates in sports, dance or other competitions? Maybe you travel regularly for work tradeshows or conferences. Make a list to ensure that packing is a no-brainer!

  2. Monthly To Do List - I need to remember that it's time to book summer camps, and that in March the HVAC tune-up needs to be scheduled. And so on...this list helps me keep track of all of those monthly tasks that have to happen every year on repeat.

  3. Groceries List - My children now eat so much food that I have to shop for certain things monthly and other things weekly, often involving a few different stores to pickup everything we need. I also have about 15 meals that I make on a rotating basis, so they're on this page as a prompt to shop for those necessary ingredients. Having everything on one list is really helpful for meal planning and grocery shopping each week.

That's the biggest update on my 2023 Bullet Journal as it continues to evolve. In fact, this ability to change and improve is one of the key benefits of the Bullet Journal over other planner styles.

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