The Official Bullet Journal in its improved, superior avatar has arrived in India!
Created with the Bullet Journal method creator Ryder Carroll, Edition 2 is superior to any other bullet journal globally. It's the only notebook in the world to be made specifically for Bullet Journalling. Ryder and Leuchtturm1917 took into account what the BuJo community needed most!
The upgrade is packed with new features, printed on Leuchtturm's new beautifully-formulated and sustainably-sourced 120 GSM dot-grid paper.
- Page divider for quick grouping of pages
- Detachable Bullet Journal® pocket guide in English
- Grid guide in the inside cover
- Set of stickers featuring days of the week, months & much more
- 3 page markers
- Index, Future Log & 206 numbered pages
- Elastic enclosure band
- Back pocket
- Thread-bound book
- Stickers for labeling and archiving
Leuchtturm1917 Official Bullet Journal Edition 2 - Black
If you follow Amanda Rach Lee on YouTube, you would've seen her create this cheat sheet of sorts in her journal for years! The official version is easily accessible right in front cover. The guide will help you quickly layout your pages.
Built for BuJo
Edition 2 is packed with BuJo specific features including a Bullet Key, Index, and Future Log.
Each of the 204 numbered pages features a dot-grid designed to perfectly balance various layouts with or without borders. Subtle markers help to quickly divide up the grid and display page status.
Room to breathe
The new pages feature slightly larger margins to frame your content, and make it pop. It also lends itself to lettering titles in either vertical or horizontal orientations.
Featuring lots of new information and visual examples, the pocket guide is a great resource for new and experienced Bullet Journalists alike. Bonus: it fits into the back pocket of the notebook and serves as a ruler.
Quickly set up your Monthly Logs with the date-related stickers. Stick the metallic dots and bolts next to things you want to stay mindful of, both in and outside of your notebook.
Read an in-depth article about the second edition, in Ryder's own words, here.