I'm not a huge fan of to-do lists because they tend to feel relatively messy, but with bullet journals creating to do lists is very effective. I don't make to-do lists everyday, but if there is something that is causing me lots of stress a to-do list really helps to get my thoughts in order.
The best part about to-do lists is making them fancy or decorating the page because it distracts your mind from the stress and just lets you focus on what needs to get done!
Below are some ideas of how to start making to-do lists! Bullet journalling may be a time consuming task if you have to design and organize the pages from scratch. So we've included some templates that are all ready to go; just fill them in and build your own bullet journal!
- Create a nice title to describe your to-do list.
- Make a key to suit the needs of your to-do list. The key can include things like: task, task complete, event, notes. If you want a more indepth to-do list you can add more descriptions for each point, like: priority, expense, inspiration, explore.
- Fill in the rest of the page with your to-do's.
- Close the template window after printing to return to this screen.
- Set page margins to zero if you have trouble fitting the template on one page (FILE, PAGE SETUP or FILE, PRINTER SETUP in most browsers).
Template 1 To-Do List