College classes started a week ago and I was extremely excited to finally fill in my classes details on my bullet journal.
On the left page of my journal, I wrote a quote that always inspires me to study hard and not give up when classes are hard:
“A #2 pencil and a dream can take you anywhere.”
I tried to have a simple and organized key. This helps me stay on top of everything I write in my bullet journal. I learned that when I write assignments with colors and shapes, I am able to remember them faster.
My index is pretty simple and straight forward. The only color I added was the bright orange washi tape and wrote the title with a black gel pen. I prefer gel pens because the ink is very black and it lasts longer on the page.
On the left page, I wrote/drew my class schedule. Since all my classes are color coded, I wrote the title and the description of the classes with their respective colors.
On the right page, I wrote all my instructor’s information, their office hours and contact information. Instead of writing the class title with a color pen, I simply highlighted the title.
On the left page, I wrote all the assignments that I need to finish during that week. In the middle of the page, I drew a study plan (Monday – Sunday). On this layout, I distribute the assignments that I want to finish and what days I want to do them. I like this method, as it forces me to stay on track and not fall behind.
Every week, I write an inspirational quote on the top of the right page. I also wrote my daily to-dos, which include cleaning my room and packing my lunch.
I wrote my calendar on a sticky index/tab note, this helps me find the current week faster and forces me to realize how many weeks or days I have left until I need to turn in and assignment or take an exam.
If you enjoy watching bullet journal videos on youtube:
I made a video about my yearly layout/setup. The school layout part starts at minute 3:40.
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