When I learned about the Bullet Journal system, I was quickly drawn to the option of housing this system inside a traveler’s notebook. The original bullet journal system is primarily in one notebook — but I quickly realized how much I wanted some semblance of categorization or separation in one place. This led me to the rabbit hole of traveler’s notebooks.
Despite a few downfalls, I love this system because I can separate different parts of my life, replace one portion at a time, add whatever parts I want, and further customize what works for me. To feed the beast is the new Facebook group, Bullet Journal in a Traveler’s Notebook.
Now, nearly a year later, I still swear by this system. I love its simultaneous structure and flexibility, and I’ve never stuck with something longer than this! In my newest video I walk through:
- The basics of a traveler’s notebook
- What to consider when you purchase one
- Considerations for the kinds of inserts to put inside
- Possibilities and ideas for what your setup could look like
My current traveler’s notebook set up is currently: Some of these links may be affiliate links, which simply means if you end up buying something, I will make a small commission at NO additional charge to you
- A wide Marina Blue Foxy Notebook
- Planning Insert (Yellow Paper House)
- Journaling Insert (May Designs)
- Blog & Business Insert (May Designs)
- Dashboard / Zip Pocket (Midori)
- Collections Insert (May Designs)
- Companion: Home Notebook (Rhodia) and Work Notebook (Paper Source)
Are you thinking of trying a traveler’s notebook system? What are you including? Let me know down below!