hello, it’s seo from tbhstudying! so i’ve gotten a lot of asks and dms and comments asking me howi use my bullet journal now since it’s changed drastically since i did my previous “how i bullet journal” video. here’s a quick rundown of how i use my deconstructed spreads now. i build my bullet journal spreads off a single color usually, the color ends up being the color of the month. for this example spread that we’re doing, i’ll be using blue. (evidently i did not lmao) next, i make a weekly overview of the current week that i’m on. it’s either vertical or horizontal, whatever i really feel like doing that week i write down the week’s events on the week that i drew and this helps me keep track of events i might not fit the entire week’s to do list on a single spread but the week will still be there to provide me some sort of structure for events planned. i don’t bother writing down dates for individual days because that helps me keep my bullet journal more fluid, loose, and flexible to my schedule. i don’t bother doing any sort of color coding either. i just use whatever colors i want i put bullet points for tasks wherever i want them and it’s just a long list of bullet points there’s no real sense of structure or order to them it’s just the deconstructed nature of my style when i’m done with them, i’ll just cross through the tasks with a pencil or something like that sometimes, i’ll forget to cross them off and they’ll just be there, but i’m not really too fussed about that i add different drawings, stickers, doodles, quotes, etc as the week goes on eventually, by the end of the spread, it’ll all be full and complete. for the purpose of the video i’ll just be doing a whole bunch in advance and to be honest, this feels super weird because i never “plan” anything in my bullet journal except for my monthly spreads. i keep all the decorations and doodles with the same color scheme. it helps keep everything sort of unified and gives it the same vibe essentially, my bullet journal is a glorified to-do list filled with a lot of quotes and doodles and stickers there’s no real sense of structure, there’s no key, there’s no legend it’s very free-flowing and i get to do whatever i want in there. if i want to add a tracker, then i go for it. if i want to journal in it, then i just journal away. i even use my bullet journal for lecture notes sometimes if i don’t have a spare sheet of paper with me. i feel like a lot of people get intimidated by bullet journaling and try to make it all pristine and perfect i’m here to tell you: that’s not true at all. you can do whatever you want, whenever you want. a bullet journal is nothing more than a glorified to-do list that you can do with any notebook and any pen that you want. the freedom is all yours~ hope this helped and thanks for watching! make sure to subscribe if you haven’t already and click the bell to get notified whenever i make new videos~ again, thanks for watching. hope this helped and good luck with your own bullet journal. bye!