One of my favorite features of the bullet journal is the index. This is something I was doing long before I started bullet journaling. Several years ago, I began indexing in books I was reading. In the back of the book, there is always a blank page. On this page, I write a page number and a brief description of a sentence or less of what I want to remember. This makes a quick and easy reference guide.
I then began indexing my devotional journals. Sometimes I write something particular that the Lord taught me or a quote that I want to remember. Maybe it is sermon notes from a sermon that meant a lot to me. If I write the page number with a brief description, it helps me to find what I am looking for without scanning through lots of pages.
When I stumbled on the bullet journal, indexing was not new me. Ryder Carroll, the founder of the Bullet Journal, puts his index in the front of his bullet journal. I did this for a year, but I prefer having mine in the back. Most likely that is because that is how I have done it for so many years and it is hard to break old habits.
How about you? Have you created your own indexes in books or journals? If not, why don’t you give this a try!
On another note, I’m not sure how things on the blog are looking to you, but it seems that the pictures are blurry. On my computer, they are fine but when I check the preview they are not. I’m not sure how they are looking to you or how I can correct this. I’m sorry for the inconvenience. I am working on it…