6 LDS Bullet Journal Ideas to Track Your Spiritual Growth This Year

Follow Up on Promptings 

Promptings, if not immediately acted upon, often fade from our memories. Sometimes we have to drop everything to respond to such impressions, but other times it's not feasible, or else the prompting is for something we need to do in a few hours or a few days. In this case, it's helpful to have a common place to jot down these inspirations.

If you're really good at checking your bullet journal each day and migrating your notes and tasks, you might just jot impressions on your daily entries. If you're afraid of something getting lost in the shuffle, however, you could dedicate a collection just to promptings. 

Develop Christlike Attributes

The popular "Level 10 Life" chart is a great way to keep track of your personal development in a variety of areas. Don't feel tied down to the traditional categories, though. This idea can easily be adapted to developing Christlike attributes or anything else. You might start with the nine discussed in Preach My Gospel, or you could base your efforts on a scripture like Moroni 7:45. The idea is to rate yourself on each area on a scale of 1-10 (or you could choose any scale you prefer) and to color in the levels of the wheel so that you have a comprehensive view of how you're doing. This method helps add a "measurable" aspect to otherwise intangible goals. One example:  

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