As a consequence, I simplified it and just wrote lists and ticked the jobs off as I did them. This worked better and took a lot less effort peeling off stickers and putting them in the journal and then printing new sheets of stickers off every time they ran out. I enjoyed the system for a while, and it was very colourful and fun, but I much preferred the new simplified one.
Anyway, just before Christmas I saw this new unused journal in the CS and I decided that it would be perfect to transfer my new bullet journaling system into. It is very similar to a Moleskin notebook, which can be very pricey, but it cost just £1.99. I just had to buy it. It also has a handy pocket in the back for any wishlists or paperwork that I want to keep referring back to.
Above is a photo of how I now bullet journal each day. Very simple tick box for each task. A cross gets put in the box if it doesn't get done and an arrow denotes the task is carried forward to the next day and sometimes the next and the next! I'm much preferring this pared down, grown up version of bullet journaling and it cuts down the pieces of paper with lists on, that I have cluttering my kitchen table.