Declutter Your Mind + Get Back Your Life | Bullet Journal Creator Ryder Carroll

 I’ve started a Bullet Journal page for capturing baby Eliza’s milestones. She LOVES wearing my podcast headphones.

I’ve started a Bullet Journal page for capturing baby Eliza’s milestones. She LOVES wearing my podcast headphones.


A global phenomenon, the #bulletjournal has +2.5 million Instagram mentions. On Atomic Moms podcast, we're talking with #buju mastermind RYDER CARROLL about how we can use a blank notebook and a pen to get organized, increase productivity, and live intentionally. This digital product designer created the bullet journal as a way to cope with his ADHD and the method has since taken the millennial world by storm. Self-proclaimed productivity nerd and minimalist, stay-at-home mom Becca McHugh co-captains this episode with me, and we get a little teary-eyed sharing an example of how one mother's bullet journaling literally saved her preschooler's life. Check out THE BULLET JOURNAL METHOD: Track the Past, Order the Present, Design the Future (Portfolio; 10/23). xx Ellie Knaus

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I haven’t let go of anything I’ve regretted.
— Ryder Carroll on Atomic Moms Podcast
Our curiosity is something we cannot fake. Faked curiosity is simply “patience”.
— Ryder Carroll on Atomic Moms Podcast
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RESOURCES

An Important “How To” Get Started Bullet Journaling (TheBulletJournal.com)

The Best Bullet Journal Supplies for Beginners (NY MAG)

This Life Hack Is KonMari for Your Racing Thoughts (Vogue)

Guest Bio: Ryder Carroll

Bullet Journal® (or BuJo® for short) was created by Ryder Carroll, an digital product designer and author living in Brooklyn, NY. Diagnosed with learning disabilities early in life, he was forced to figure out alternate ways to be focused and productive. Through years of trial and error, he developed a methodology that went far beyond simple organization. Now he focuses on helping others learn what the Bullet Journal method is truly about: the art of intentional living. 

- bulletjournal.com