Even though I love drawing and doodling, and it seems that my brain works better when my pages are colourful and fun, I admit that I don't always have the time (or the mood) to be creative. During those days I want my bullet journal to be simple and functional.
I've also read lots of times in the bullet journal community, comments from people who don't want or they just can't draw or sketch, and generally they are not into creating fancy and complicated pages. And that's perfectly fine. Each person is different and that is the beauty of bullet journaling - to personalise your journal in any way you want and to adjust it to your needs and wants.
So, since I found myself in the same predicament the last few days (no time to doodle!), I've decided to adopt the minimalist style to my bujo for a week or two (let's see how long I can last!), and show you that you can still be creative and fun. I'll also include some amazing spreads that some fellow bullet journalists have created, who prefer the minimalistic style.
So, for the next week or so I'll only use a black pen and only one coloured pen. No doodling, no drawing, just simple spreads that are functional.