Use a Scratchpad to toy with ideas in your Bullet Journal

Welcome to Day 17 of my #100DaysofBulletJournalIdeas Project! 

Idea 17: The Scratchpad

The Scratchpad

Here's a super duper scoober simple idea for your Bullet Journal to have when you're toying with different ideas in your Bullet Journal.

Add a scratchpad to your Bullet Journal to toy with ideas

Add a scratchpad to your Bullet Journal to toy with ideas

Whether it's signifier icons, like I was playing around with here at the top, letterforms, timelines, or some sketches, a scratchpad will be your playground to etch ideas into.

What goes into your scratchpad doesn't always have to be ideas for your Bullet Journal, it can be anything! For example, you can toss numbers in if you're calculating something or what have you. The Bullet Journal truly is your one-in-all solution to turn to.

The scratchpad can also just be a little stress-relief area to mess around in. It's a particularly nifty idea if you don't want to add these things to your Daily Log for example. 

P.S. If you're new to the Bullet Journal®, I recommend checking out, it was invented by Ryder Carroll - he's an awesome human that walks you through how to set up your own Bullet Journal with his handy tutorial video that you can check out here!

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