The bullet journal, often abbreviated as Bujo, is a customizable planning system devised by Ryder Carroll. It integrates elements like the index, monthly, daily logs, collections, and future logs.
Bullet journaling combines the functionalities of a daily planner and a journal, boosting productivity and aiding in achieving goals.
It's customizable to include various aspects of your life, such as daily and monthly schedules, notes, and long-term goals.
The ideal page count for bullet journals varies, often ranging from 124 to 249 pages, depending on the manufacturer.
For instance, The Official Bullet Journal, a product of collaboration between Leuchtturm and Ryder Carroll (the bullet journal's creator), consists of 185 pages.
However, there's no fixed page requirement for a bullet journal. You can choose any notebook that suits your needs. If you're a beginner, even a 60-page notebook can work.
The key is to find a notebook that satisfies your requirements. If you use around 20 pages monthly, consider a notebook with 185-250 pages for longevity.