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Bullet Journal and Task Management in Obsidian (part 1)- Free Vault for download and Folder Structure

This is the vault in Obsidian that I use daily as a bullet journal and task manager. This is going to be a series of posts on explaining how I use this vault.


Download the full vault .zip file here. Extract it, save the folder to your desired location and then open it from Obsidian.

If you just want the snippets, download the snippets .zip file here. Extract and paste the CSS snippets to your .obsidian/snippets folder (show hidden files and folders in your file explorer).

For a list of the alternate checkboxes you can use, see here (you don't need the minimal theme, the CSS snippet I have enabled will work on any theme, even the default one):

Folder Structure

I have 3 parent folders:
  • inbox - this is where I have Obsidian automatically store any new note I create
  • journal - this is where I have Obsidian automatically store daily notes. I keep the current month in there, then when the month ends, I review and archive by month and year.
  • collections - this is where everything else goes (gets populated only as I go and need):
    • bullet journal elements (will be discussed in the index page section)
    • studies
    • trackers (book reading tracker, goals, projects etc)
    • journal archives (daily note archives by month and year)
    • book notes folder
    • knowledge base
    • family stuff
    • attachments - I've set it as the default attachments folder for images, PDFs etc. I found it as a great way to exchange files between my 3 devices too.
  • under the 3 parent folders I have the index page. This is my "dashboard" . Will be discussed in part 2.
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