31 Days: Indexing my Bullet Journal

I won’t have much text today, since I found the “how to” at The Technical Geekery – it is probably the most helpful and thorough tutorial I’ve read in a long while.  I decided to devote 5 pages to my index, and put it at the back of my bullet journal.

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Letters A through D on page one of the index. I wrote the index letters with a highlighter first, then followed with a pen.

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Page two is E through H, page three contains I through M. As recommended I’m staggering the location of the terms around their letters.

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Page four is N through S, and the last page is T through Z as well as numbers. Of which there are none. School seems to be the most popular term. At this point I have not indexed my daily pages, but I have plenty of space, so perhaps I will in the future.

For myself this true index in the back is infinitely more useful than the standard bullet journal table of contents in the front.

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This post was closely monitored for accuracy by Storm, head of the quality control department. He’s feeling better and has hardly let me out of his sight since I returned from the Pacific NW Charlotte Mason Conference.

1 Comment

  1. Lisa

    I totally agree on index vs table of contents. A Table of Contents takes one to chapters, not to pages.

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