The words "bullet journaling" usually elicit one of three reactions from people: One: "What's that?," Two: "How does anyone have time for that?," or Three: whatever the dialogue version of the heart-eyes emoji is. A bullet journal, if you're unfamiliar, is an organizational system that combines your diary, sketchbook, to-do list and more all into one. It sounds like a lot because it is—you're basically turning a blank canvas into a beautiful and creative way to plan out and keep track of your entire life.
There are hundreds of ways to use a bullet journal to keep yourself organized, so if you're looking for an excuse to get into the bullet journaling trend but don't know where to start, here's a micro-option for you: Use it just to track your household budget. Need some inspiration? These examples show different ways bullet journaling can help you track your spending and saving.
Note: Looking at these bullet journals may give you a serious case of penmanship envy—I'm questioning everything I know about my handwriting at this very moment. Consider yourself warned.