Surprisingly the way I first hear about the Bullet Journal System was when I bought my first Leuchtturm 1917 notebook. Lechtturm 1917 company has a notebook that specifically mentioned bullet journals. So I checked out the website and various reviews.
Bullet Journal seemed like the combination of those two loves along with the requisite anecdotes of being able to get your life in order. The website for bullet journal method may be found here: https://www.bulletjournal.com/.
If your chose notebook doesn't have numbered pages, put on that next podcast episode and number the pages yourself. You don't need a fancy notebook or specialized one. The one I'm using right now is a400-page beaut of a Moleskin. I do use fancy-colored markers and pens because that's one of my simple joys.
It's definitely suited to someone trying to figure out the best way to approach a new project or challenge in their life. Perfectly suited for a read before making a New Years' resolution. The reason I say this is that Carroll takes the reader through both his method of tracking and planning but also goal setting.
I need my week planned out. I do less the daily log so much as the daily end. It's helped keep me on track with journaling and listing out gratitude as well. Each week, I also try to write down a quick list of the vents that I want to remember.