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Bullet Journals Become Popular Self-Care Trend

Bullet journals are flipping the script on traditional journaling. Instead of simply writing long entries, bullet journaling involves turning your daily routine into easy-to-understand data points.


Whether you’re naturally organized or aspire to be more organized, tracking your mood and energy levels, taking notes in therapy, and noting specific triggers that affect you during the day is the first step to improve your mental health.



Free Mental Health Bullet Journal

Planner ✔️

When you're in control of your mental health, you feel more empowered. We'll help you get organized so that you're better equipped to reach your goals.

To-Do List ✔️

When everyday tasks feel like impossible challenges, lists keep you focused on what's most important.

BONUS: The feeling of success that comes with crossing tasks off the list. 


Diary ✔️

Record your thoughts and feelings as a way to gain more clarity about your emotional state, identify harmful behaviors, and explore ideas on how to change those behaviors.

Journaling improves your mental health by

helping you confront and release negative emotions.

In a study published in the Journal of Affective Disorders in 2013, 40 people with major depressive disorder either engaged in “expressive writing” which involved writing about their deepest thoughts and feelings surrounding an emotional event or simply wrote about a non-emotional event that had taken place.

After completing a 20-minute-long writing session every day for three days in a row, those who wrote about their emotions showed a significant decrease in depression.



Step 1.

Take 5-10 minutes to fill it out every morning. By working this into your morning routine, you help set the tone for your day.

Step 2. 

Take 5-10 minutes to fill it out every night. Before bed, you can review your journal again to take stock of the day and evaluate your highs and lows.

Step 3. 

Print out pages as needed for every new week, new month, or new therapy session you'd like to track and analyze.

Learn about the connection between bullet journals and mental health, plus, we share step-by-step instructions on how to fill your bullet journal out!

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"When your life and emotions feel so out of control or chaotic, there is something immensely therapeutic about organizing it into a systematic structure like a bullet journal. You lay things out in an aesthetically pleasing way and already it feels more manageable. Like you can really tackle it and make it through. It feels luxurious, too. It’s like saying, 'I’m worth it. I’m worth this notebook and the time it takes to turn it into something beautiful.'”

- Clinical psychologist Andrea Bonior, PhD

Master Your Mental Health: 5 Organizational Tips for a Disorganized Mind


Anxiety, depression, stress, and other mental health struggles can zap your energy and motivation. When your mind is cluttered with troubled thoughts, it can be difficult to focus on the task at hand. Feeling overwhelmed and scattered can even make it hard just to get through the day.


If you’re ready to make a positive life change, consider using these tips to start feeling more organized and focused. These strategies can help you declutter your mind and ease the symptoms of anxiety, stress, and depression on a daily basis.


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Take Back Your Mental Health With Ketamine Clinics Los Angeles' Free Bullet Journal


By using your journal to process your everyday emotions — and track your efforts in managing your depression and/or anxiety — you’re likely to feel more empowered and in greater control of your mental health.

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