Who Invented the Bullet Journal?
Bullet Journal® (or BuJo® for short) was developed by Ryder Carroll, a digital product designer living in Brooklyn, NY. Through many years of trial and error, the system has evolved into the ideas presented here. He shares his idea with the hopes that the Bullet Journal® and the journaling system he has created will be self-curated in implementing a unique personal journaling process that works best for you. This website, in addition to serving as a thank you to our generous community, is a space where inspiration, organization, and general musings on mindfulness can live and grow with the support of our talented Bullet Journalists.
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Legal Terms (Summary):
Although the Bullet Journal® brand name, system and related information is shared generously for personal use (and has been re-shared widely), the Bullet Journal® brand name and system are owned by Lightcage, LLC, who reserves all rights, including intellectual property rights related to the Bullet Journal®. The Bullet Journal® name and system are protected by state and federal intellectual property laws in the United States, including a federally registered trademark, and internationally by applicable international intellectual property protections, treaties, and related laws. You may not use the Bullet Journal® brand name or system for any commercial purpose without written permission. If you would like to share the Bullet Journal® concept, including online, you may do so by providing proper attribution including a link to the Bullet Journal® website at www.BulletJournal.com. If you are interested in exploring any business opportunities that may include the licensing of the Bullet Journal® name or system, please contact us. For additional information, please view the full legal terms that apply to the use of this website and its content via the links below.