Over the last few years, bullet journaling – which is an adaptable planner system that allows you to track habits, sleeping schedules, birthdays, or just about anything else – has taken over the internet. Because of this method’s flexibility, it’s amassed a following of planner lovers who have created some of the most visually striking journals with the help of washi tape, calligraphy, and stickers.
But if you’re a noob, keeping a bullet journal, aka BuJo, may feel overwhelming. There are no set rules, so you have an astounding number of options, kind of like being told you can write an essay about anything. With the school year just kicking off, it’s the perfect time to take a deep dive into the BuJo world. So we’ve gathered examples from eight Latin American and Latino experts so that you can keep your life organized this school year.