THIS IS US
& HOW IT ALL BEGAN
We are Lynn and Jean-Nico, the team behind yourbujo.
I (Lynn) have been designing my own bullet journal for many years now. I love creating beautiful designs with all sorts of materials.
The planet and especially the environment are extremely important to me. When I ordered my old journals they would arrive with tons of plastic wrapping, they would smell disgusting and I just had bad feeling altogether because I just knew this does not do any good for the environment.
I searched the whole internet and was astonished that there’s not a single bullet journal in high quality out there which is made of 100% recycled paper.
That’s where I started forging the idea of a high quality bullet journal with 100% recycled paper. I wanted to combine quality with sustainability. Finding the perfect paper was not easy but we made it and got so much positive feedback 🥰
Being able to look behind the scenes I am more than happy to journal with a good conscience and that we can offer more people to live environmentally friendly without compromising anything in the quality.
We are looking forward to a greener future in the stationary world 💚
WITH LOVE FOR DETAILS
From the beginning, we had the dream of a bujo with the highest quality. Both the materials, such as the paper, and the workmanship are very high quality!
HONEST & AUTHENTIC
We as the team behind yourbujo always want to remain honest and authentic. We love the close contact we have with many of our customers - with you !
ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY & SUSTAINABLE
We use 100% recycled paper made from secondary fibres and ship C02-neutral.
AND THIS IS THE RESULT
We are endlessly happy with our Bujos. Here's what we're most proud of:
- They are super flat-lying on every page. No matter if at the beginning, in the middle or at the end.
- The paper is made of 100% secondary fibres (recycled paper).
- They are made of very high quality, ultra white 150gsm paper: no color bleed-through or pen push-through.
- The paper has a soft and pleasant surface. Bleeding does not occur even with very wet pens.