How to Start a Bullet Journal

Before you Start:

  • Find a notebook - It can be any notebook you want. It’s best to start off with one you already have laying around your house. However, some popular brands for notebooks are Moleskine and Leuchtturm 1917.
  • Writing Utensils - Again, start off with things you already have. Once you want to continue your bullet journal, invest in the more quality and expensive brands. 
    • I use a black Faber-Castell PITT artist pen in size S and F and Michael’s recollections multicolored fine liner pens in a 20 pack.

Other than a notebook and a pen, you really don’t need any more supplies. 

Starting your Bullet Journal:

  • Step 1 - Create an index. This way you will be able to easily find collections and certain pages in your bullet journal.
  • Step 2 - Make a Key. You can look on for the official bullet journal key or you can make your own! You can make it color coded or just different shapes/symbols.
  • Step 3 - Create a future log / monthly calendar. Draw 3 months, 6 months, 12 months, or however many months you want. Write birthdays, major events, or anything extremely important.
  • Step 4 - Do whatever you want in your journal. A bullet journal can be organized many different ways. You can include monthly planners, monthly habit trackers, daily to-do lists, collections, and much more!

Start your own bullet journal today!

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Sigil Making Sites

We all get stuck on making sigils sometimes, usually costing us 3 wasted sheets of paper and a tired hand. If you’re struggling to make a sigil, try turning to the internet instead; there are some pretty helpful sites out there. 

Sigilscribe - Removes vowels and repeated consonants, then translates the remaining letters into numbers. Using a keypad, the numbers are used to form a sigil.

Pagan Dreams -  “…uses the mathematic anomalies of magic squares and some complex geometric processing…” 

Sigil Maker - Removes vowels and repeated consonants, then layers the letters together. Allows you to move the letters around to create a personalized sigil. 

The Rose Cross Sigil Creator - A simple guide on how to use the Rose Cross to form sigils.

If you know any sites not listed on here, feel free to add to the list!

I used the sentence “I will have lucid dreams” when generating a sigil to get an idea of what the website’s “sigil style” was:



Tear off your skin,
the one other people built you,
because the flowers you’ve planted
are sprouting from your bones
and they are so much more beautiful
than the translucent paper
stretched across your limbs

Take the leash off of your tongue
it’s not meant to be chained
you could start wars
you could heal nations
if you just parted your lips
and spoke

Build your own house
you don’t need anyone’s shelter
so grab a ladder and a hammer
and climb into the stars
and nail a few into a home
because that’s where you belong
you are celestial and blazing
and eternal

Forge your own happiness
fashion it out of your strengths
and your flaws too
that way it will be sturdy
constant like the sky
even if sometimes it’s a bit clouded over
—  A.O.A.M. || Create Yourself