Bullet Journal for Business
I have been doing some business tracking in my bullet journal since I started but I have been looking for inspiration on better ways to track things. I have both a blog and a virtual assistant business so I wanted to find spreads that would help me in both businesses.
I thought all of you might like to see some of the cool things I have found!
What is a Bullet Journal?
The Bullet Journal (or bujo) can be either a simple productivity tool or a elaborate art journal. Layouts are called spreads and they run the gamete from bullet pointed to-do lists to beautiful lettered journal pages.
Most of my spreads are based on the calendar week and I use them to plan out my daily tasks. I have three running to-do lists, personal, blog and my VA business.
I liked the idea of a separate book for blogging and business and found the perfect thing on a trip to IKEA, it is two notebooks back to back. I am excited to make this in to a book dedicated to my blog and VA business.
Blog and Business Spreads
There are so many spreads out there for bloggers and business owners. I have been looking around and getting inspiration for the last week. I have managed to set up a few pages between watching kiddos and getting ready for the big Fall Foliage Festival in my town this weekend.
One of the first spreads I decided to add was a page to track big accomplishments each month. I always have a hard time remembering my wins and focus just on how much there is to do so this would be a good thing for me to track.
I am also moving my Blog Post Ideas page over, plus my Blog Stat Tracker. I have set up a month at a glance page and Monthly and Weekly pages for tasks that are repetitive.
Another idea I have is to track my group Pinterest Boards and their re-pin rates over time. I am trying to figure out what other social media to track but haven’t decided yet.
One of the things I love about my bullet journal is that flexibility. I can add spreads whenever I want!
For my Virtual Assistant journal I have also added a monthly calendar and then pages with repetitive tasks for each client. I plan on migrating these tasks to my personal bujo each week as they come due.
I am also creating a page with my responsibilities for each client and my hourly or package rate. I keep track of my expenses and income at Wave so I don’t think I will track it in my bujo.
More Bujo Inspiration
- Tiny Ray of Sunshine – Blog and Business Journal
- Boho Berry – Introducing: My Blog & Business Bullet Journal
- Hello Brio – My Bullet Journal Setup: Blog & Business Planning
- So Not Together – Bullet Journal for Blogging
- Pretty Prints and Paper – Bullet Journal for Freelance Lettering Work
- Little Girl Designs – My Blog Bullet Journal
- Plaid Fuzz – My Bullet Journal Blog Planner
- Katy Widrick – How to Use a Bullet Journal for Blog and Social Media Tasks
Want to start your own Business or Blogging Bullet Journal? I have created a downloadable list of spread ideas, just enter your email in the box below!
Blog & Business Bujo Spreads
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