It's a little late for an end-of-2019 post, but I couldn't resist making a stats post because I just love tracking all of this book information and putting it into pie charts!
Hi friends! I know that I'm a bit late to the game as far as 2019 goal-setting, considering that the first month of the year is already more than halfway over. I really wanted to have the chance to write about some of my goals for the year, though, so today, I present to you my goals for 2019!
Hello bullet journalists, and happy Saturday! In continuation of the 2018 wrap-up posts that I've been posting lately, I thought that it would be fun to take a walk through my favorite bullet journal spreads that I created this year. So, here are my top ten, in chronological order!
Reading is awesome. For nerds like me, compiling overly detailed statistics about reading is awesome. And you know what's even awesome-r? Compiling overly detailed statistics about reading using the most wonderful invention known to humanity, PIE CHARTS. And that's exactly what this post is, so buckle up and get ready for a fantastically nerdy ride through my reading year!
Happy New Year, friends! I am very excited to unveil for you today my very first ever annual personal book awards! I read so many great books this year, and I think this is going to be a super fun way to recap all of my favorites.
As you all know from reading my blog, books and bullet journaling are two of my favorite things. But I have a lot of other favorite things too! As it's nearing the end of the year, and my friend Olivia tagged me for the 7 Favorite Things Tag a few months ago, I thought this would be the perfect time to make a list of some of my favorite things of 2018.