7 Indian Bullet Journal Artists You Need To Check Out RN

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Ryder Carroll, the New York-based author, designer and creator of the cultish bullet journaling method describes it as “a mindfulness practice disguised as a productivity system.” From daily logs and yearly goals to mood and habit tracking, a BuJo can help you record your progress, keep you organised and act as a tool for self-expression. It’s the magical concoction of a planner, to-do list and diary. Need some inspo to get you started? Here are 7 Indian BuJo artists you can follow on Instagram:

@doodlesbyananya

 

At the sweet age of 16, Ananya is probably more artistically talented than I’ll ever be. She uses a variety of washi tapes, brush pens and hand-lettering techniques to create beautiful colour-coordinated layouts. Plus, how adorable are those doodles!

@priyanka.bujo

Priyanka’s feed is what BuJo dreams are made of. It’s clean, crisp and pleasing to the eyes. With a colour palette of vibrant pastels, she experiments with doodles, stickers, themes to create spreads that we’re high-key obsessed with.

@_almas_matter_

Alma Ali is a 22-year-old artist who combines her love for bullet journaling with collage art. Prominently featuring doodles, stickers and images of plant life, her spreads include everything from habit trackers to weekly logs dipped in the most calming neutral colour palette and vintage feel.

@tanushreejournals

Tanushree not only maintains her own bullet journal but also takes orders to create customised BuJos for those who want beautiful ready-made layouts. She creates the most charming collages with textured paper, stamps and stickers to complement the text.

@journalbambie

The toasty tones of Shruti a.k.a Journal Bambie’s feed are sure to warm your heart. The clean lines, unique concepts, interesting materials and a super cosy vibe makes us want to deep dive into the world of bullet journaling right away.

@creativelilcat

 

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Veda Waikul is a 23-year-old Software Engineer by profession and a bullet journalist by passion. Featuring vibrant colours and themed product styling, her ideas are as refreshing as they are unique.

@rishikajournals

Who would have thought to-do lists can look this appealing? Beautiful hand lettering combined with cute doodles, collages and well thought out themes makes Rishika’s BuJo spreads live in our heads rent-free.

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