Whether you’re new to bullet journaling or you’ve been doing it for a while, you probably hear words every now and then that make you go “???!?”
You’re not alone, I’ve come across quite a few like that so I figured I’d start a running bullet journal glossary to help my fellow bujo’ers!
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bujo |boo-joe|: short for bullet journal
spread: a layout in your bullet journal, i.e. daily spread, weekly spread, monthly spread
tracker: a spread where you track something, i.e. weight loss, habit tracker
ghosting: when you can see your pen or marker faintly through the page in your notebook
bleeding: when your pen or marker bleeds (a.k.a. shows) through your page
Leuchtturm |loys-trum|: (LT1917) a popular type of notebook, comes in a variety of colors, sizes and page styles; also includes an index and numbered pages
Moleskine: another popular type of notebook, similar to the leuchtturm
Filofax: a type of notebook, bound by rings instead of traditional stitched binding like the LT1917
midori traveler’s notebook: another popular type of notebook, almost a combination of LT1917 and the filofax, you can add in as many or as little stitched notebooks that you like yet have the flexibility to move them around
dutch door layout: done by cutting your notebook page in half so you can view different pages at the same time, best described by this picture
washi: decorative masking tape with millions of uses in your bullet journal
What do you need help defining? Help us grow our bullet journal glossary!