Words & Meanings: Learn new words with your Bullet Journal

Welcome to Day 11 of my #100DaysofBulletJournalIdeas Project! 

Idea 11: Words & Meanings Log

Words & Meanings Log

Today's idea is a really simple one, but one I definitely think is so handy for us word lovers. 

There are so many beautiful words out there, so many that it can be hard to remember them all. 

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This is an especially useful collection to have in your Bullet Journal while you're reading to note down words you're discovering to get a fuller experience of what you're reading. 

I recently found this post on 23 Emotions People Feel but Can't Explain that I found very beautiful and knew I had to write them down. 

Words & Meanings Log for your Bullet Journal

Words & Meanings Log for your Bullet Journal

This is also a useful practice to do to practice your handwriting, it's a simple way to improve your knowledge as well as your everyday script. 

What's your favorite word?

To Summarize

Why having a words & meanings log is useful:

  1. It helps you remember new words you learn
  2. Writing down the definitions of words while you're reading enriches your experience
  3. It's practice to improve your everyday handwriting
  4. Words are wonderful, new ones help you expand your vocabulary

P.S. If you're new to the Bullet Journal®, I recommend checking out BulletJournal.com, 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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