Quiz: Find Out If You Should Start Bullet Journaling
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Quiz: Find Out If You Should Start Bullet Journaling

You've probably seen these decorated productivity journals all around the internet, but should you have one of your own?

Quiz: Find Out If You Should Start Bullet Journaling
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As more and more YouTubers, bloggers and other social media influences have jumped on the trend, it's hard to miss the doodle-filled productivity journals. The decision to start a bullet journal can be puzzling at first, but this quiz will help you decide!

1. What's your favorite TV sitcom?

A. "The Office"

B. "Friends"

C. "New Girl"

2. How organized are you?

A. Every part of my life is compartmentalized and stored away, and I've never lost anything.

B. I mean I have folders of important stuff, but I also have like 10 to-do lists lying around.

C. It usually takes me a solid week realize I'm missing something and then another week to find it.

3. What do you like to do in your free time?

A. Clean. I like everything to be in its place.

B. Hang out with friends. I love being around my favorite people.

C. Sleep. I'm too sleep deprived to do anything else.

4. Which personality are you in a group project?

A. I'm the one that does all the work two weeks before the due date.

B. I try to help out, but usually, someone else puts the whole thing together.

C. Honestly, I don't even know what's going on half the time.

5. What's your favorite flavor of Neopolitan ice cream?

A. Vanilla

B. Chocolate

C. Strawberry

6. In class, you would probably be...

A. In the front row, taking notes and answering all the teacher's questions

B. Paying attention in between listening to your friend's story about that concert last night

C. Doodling to barely staying awake since you got home super late after practice last night

7. What's your favorite color scheme?

A. Black and White. Nothing beats the classics!

B. Anything cool-toned, from sea foam green to teal!

C. I like all the colors, to be honest!

Here are your results!

If you got mostly A's...

Your current method of staying on top of your life seems to be working great for you! You don't need a bullet journal to keep track of your events and to-do lists. If you're interested in keeping a bullet journal though, you should use it as a habit tracker or a journal to record your thoughts.

If you got mostly B's...

You should consider starting a bullet journal! Having a consistent place to put all your ideas, to-do lists, and doodles will help you become more productive. Start by using a modest notebook and several colored pens and work your way to a wider range of supplies once you become a consistent bullet journal-er!

If you got mostly C's...

What are you waiting for? A bullet journal is the perfect tool to help you get on top of your life. It'll help you organize all your events, to-dos, as well as your sketches and thoughts! Start by getting a journal (even a composition book works) and a reliable pen to journal away!

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