Learn how I organize my favorite bullet journal supplies. From color pencils to washi tapes, I keep all my bullet journal supplies neatly organized in my pencil case.
Keeping my bullet journal supplies organized helps me stay on top of my college assignments. On this blog post, I’m going to show you how I organize my favorite bullet journal supplies.
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Bullet Journal Notebooks:
- The extra large notebook allows me to create big layouts, while still having room to write inside my designs. The only downside of this notebook are the thin pages, any pen will bleed through the pages.
- The Lemome notebook is my current favorite. The pages are thick and none of my pens or markers bleed through the pages. The cover of the planner is thick which helps prevent wrinkled pages when putting the notebook inside any of my backpacks.
Both planners have dotted paper pattern. The Lemome has numbered pages at the bottom of the notebook.
Something that I love about the Lemome journal is the big pocket in the back of the notebook. I use this pocket to store all my stickers.
Bullet Journal Pens:
This multi-layer pencil case keeps all my school and bullet journal supplies in one place. Although it looks bulky, the compartments allow me to categorize my pens and other school supplies.
On the first layer of the pencil case, I keep my most used pens and stationery supplies. The right side has my 4 most used erasable pens and a gel pen. On the left layer, I keep my eraser, ruler, #2 pencil, and regular ink pens.
I use the erasable pens to take notes in class, on my bullet journal, and to practice organic chemistry compounds. I don’t use erasable pens when I take a test or when I need to turn in an assignment.
In the second layer of my pencil case, I keep the stationery supplies that I use often, but not always. On the left side, I store my other erasable pens. On the right side, I keep my ultra thin whiteboard markers, I use these markers during tutoring or whenever I need to practice long chemical compounds.
I use the Twintone markers to write pretty titles on the pages of my bullet journal. I try to use every space in the pencil case, my glue stick fits perfectly on the top side of the right layer.
In the third layer of my pencil case, I keep the pens and markers that I need to use sometimes. In the left layer, I have two types of highlighters. The erasable highlighters are great to highlight information in my college textbooks and bullet journal. The ink is light and does not cover or smudge the words, I can easily read what I highlighted.
The Tombow highlighters have a thick side and a thin side. I use the thin side to underline information on my notebook and the thick side to highlight titles or to add a little bit of color to the pages of my bullet journal.
On the right layer, I have my erasable markers and my brush pens to practice hand lettering. I noticed that none of my pens bleed through the pages of my Lemome. Even when I use the markers or the bright highlighters.
I use the last layer of my pencil case to keep my erasable color pencils and extra stationery supplies.
The pencil case is bulky, but it helps me keep a lot of things in one place. When I go to the school library, I only need to take out this pencil case and everything I need is in front of me.
On a separate pencil case, I keep extra things that are too big for my multi-layer pencil case. In the separate bag have a small stapler, tape, a small hole puncher, and sticky notes. I use the pink box that says “kiss” to keep my paper clips in one place.
I hope my list of how I organize my favorite bullet journal supplies gives you an idea of how you can organize your own stationery supplies. If you want to learn about digital planners and bullet journaling join my Facebook group! Readers from all over the world share their bullet journal and digital planner spreads. It’s amazing to learn from other people that share a common interest.
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