How bullet journaling affected me

As soon as I got done setting it up, I knew the bullet journal was a preposterous idea for me.  I didn’t see myself doing it for long.  That it lasted through April is longer than I would have expected.  The most impact it had was tracking my monthly spending habits.  I wrote down everything for a few months.  To sum it up, my spending pretty much consisted of eating out, random Amazon or Target shit, and grocery shopping.  And I noticed that while my grocery bills came out to about a hundred to two hundred a week, eating out, even ordering non-fancy takeout Chinese could run over $50 (with leftovers) for a meal or so.  So I stopped eating out unless it was with other people.  Meaning eating out for sustenance was a don’t.  Eating out for socializing was a do. I’ve since resumed eating out (for convenience, enjoyment) again and have noticed how salty, sweet, greasy stuff can be.  In other words, tasty!  But then also sometimes less tasty than I remembered.

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