There are multiple styles of layouts that bullet journalers use when planning, scheduling or tracking their activities. You can loosely classify some of these bullet journal styles as minimalist, scrapbook, artistic, doodler, super organized, black and white, traditionalist, pen and ink, etc. One can further mix these layouts to create mixed styles such as minimalist + doodler, artsy + scrapbook, etc. There may be more than one style used for a bullet journal with each page in a different style or one can come up with their own custom style. It depends on how creative you want to be and at the same time, keeping things well organized to make it easy for you to follow when you take a quick glance at it later. This quiz will help you identify some of these bullet journal layout styles.

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Q4 @mint.and.mont.bujo @bujo_by_sarah @witchi_art_bullet_journal @barbarahaegerart 

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