Life is hard, we all know this to be true. What with stress, and anxiety, it can be hard to feel motivated. However, bullet journaling is the new organisational craze that will keep your life on track. Within you can use it as a diary, chart your successes, track your habits and so much more.

So if your interest is peaked, keep reading to find 3 bullet journal books to read if you want to get organised.

The Bullet Journal Method | Ryder Carroll3 bullet journal books to read if you want to get organised

This book comes from the inventor of the Bullet Method. Ryder Carroll is the was of the founding members of this modern methodical order. This book is probably the best place to start if you are looking to get organised and utilise the bullet method to do so.

This book will not only talk you through the process of learning how to start, maintain and plan with a bullet journal. It also will explain how you can record your thoughts and goals, minimise your workload, complete your to do list, plan more complex projects, manage your time better and so much more.

Youtuber, Podcaster and Blogger Lily Pebbles swears by this book. “The Bullet Journal Method completely changed the way I work and my productivity levels immediately shot up. It’s a system I feel like I’ll use forever as it adapts with me and lends itself to my busy lifestyle.”

This book is a deep and in depth step into the world of bullet journalling. It will give you the complete overview of the method and help you start on your journey. No wonder it was a New York Times bestseller.

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Eat That Frog! | Brian Tracy3 bullet journal books to read if you want to get organised

This book is aimed to make you more productive. Boosting your motivation to achieve everything on your to do list.

“There’s an old saying that if the first thing you do each morning is to eat a live frog, you’ll have the satisfaction of knowing that it’s probably the worst thing you’ll do all day.”

Obviously this metaphor can be taken in a few ways. Firstly that we should do the hardest thing of our days first, essentially getting rid of them. It also can be read, that in doing the harder things first, we will fill the rest of our day with pleasure and contentment.

Brian Tracy has consulted for more than 1,000 companies. Addressed more than 5,000,000 people in 5,000 talks and seminars throughout the US, Canada and 70 other countries worldwide. His aim is to boost productivity and help you achieve your goals.

This book will show you how to prioritise your work load, and maximise your time. This will help you immensely when it comes to the habit tracking section of your bullet journal.

New Day New Way | Dr Heidi Tempest3 bullet journal books to read if you want to get organised

This book is designed for people who struggle to begin, have lost their mojo or are recovering from a huge event in their lives. So if you feel like any of things apply to you this could be the book for you. It will lay the foundation of extensive bullet journaling success.

“New Day, New Way is your practical handbook for mapping out your path back to success. If you like real-life examples for exercises that work, no-nonsence advice, and simple steps you can start right now, then you’ll love Heidi Tempest’s life-changing guide.”

When it comes to successfully using a bullet journal, starting can be one of the hardest things. This book could be the spark your life needs.

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