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Making an Idea Notebook: My #1 Tip for Bullet Journals & Pretty Note Taking

Toward the end of my first year in graduate school, the year I discovered I had a knack for making pretty notes and elaborate bullet journal pages, I found myself often repeating the same few layouts, techniques, and lettering styles in my notes. As I noticed this tendency to repeat, I suspected the habit was …

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How to Draw a Brain for your Notes or Bullet Journal

As I journal about mindfulness and take notes in almost any psychology class, drawings of the brain are relevant. For the first few years as a psychology major, I seemed to always draw brains a little differently each time, sometimes more like clouds than brains. I knew I needed to develop a way to have …

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How to Take Cute Notes 📝 in Class using BuJo Skills

Whether high school, college, grad, or post-grad studies, creating handwritten doodle-note style course notes during a lecture can help you remember the content of a lecture better, study more effectively, and ace your next big midterm or final.  Learning to take cute Notes Classroom lectures are an ideal time to practice lettering and doodling. Research …

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How to use Bullet Journal Style Doodles to Create Worksheets & Handouts

Occasionally in school, a teacher might require a handout as one of the course assignments. Typically the handout is done as an accompaniment to a research paper or presentation that you can share with other students in the course. Making short handouts at the end of a research project is very helpful. Reducing a 10-page …

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