Bullet Journal Supplies

My Bullet Journal is my most recent obsession and has enabled me to keep super organised throughout the month of September. To add to my Bullet Journal series I wanted to talk through my favourite supplies I've been using to create my planner. I hope this will help those of you that are debating to start a Bullet Journal, or add to your current stationary collection if you already have a planner yourself. 
Many people in the bujo community use the Leuchtturm notebooks or sometimes the Moleskine dotted notebook however, for a student on a budget I would recommend that you head straight to your local Tiger store and pick up their dotted notebook for a mere £3. They are perfect for bullet journaling and come in three different designs which is perfect for anyone wanting to start their own planner. I've made the most of the deal and bought 3 notebooks, that I hope will last me through the next 12 months. Also from Tiger I picked up a pack of their colourful 'washi-tape' to use and decorate my planner with. This can be used to decorate empty spaces, divide sections in the planner or highlight key pages that you need to use. The most important tool for me has to be my ruler, I obsess over my lines being straight as I want my planner to be  as neat as possible. For this I use my ruler from Tiger which I featured in my University Stationery Haul however, of course any old ruler would do.



Now onto pens! These are probably the key element to a Bullet Journal and when I first started I wasn't sure what pens to buy. I tried a few however my favourite has to be the Uni Pin Fineliners which come in a variety of thicknesses. I own the nib sizes 0.2 and 0.1 however, I plan to add the 0.4 to my collection for a little thicker line option. To add a bit of colour I love using my brush pens from Tiger, these are perfect to quickly add a bright pop of colour to any bujo spread and they don't bleed through the paper which is fantastic. 

As far as Bullet Journal supplies go I have a pretty basic selection however, I feel I have got a few solid basic items that I can expand on as my love for journaling increases.


I hope you enjoyed having a look at my Bullet Journal Supplies and that it has inspired you to start planning your life using the Bullet Journal system. 

Love Zoe x 

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