I'm writing today because I've been trying some adventurous new things in my bullet journal that I wanted to share. More specifically, three different weekly layouts.
Due the smashing success of my post "5 Different Types of Bullet Journals," I've done something a little different for today's post and created a fun quiz to help you determine which famous bullet journal is most similar to yours.
Happy almost-July! We still have another week to go, but I'm super excited to share my bullet journal spreads for the month.
Once you've been bullet journaling for a while, it's easy to get into a rut and feel like you're making the same spreads over and over again. In the time I've spent bullet journaling (almost two years!), I've found that one way to get out of a bullet journal slump is to try some new decorations. One of the most fun things about bullet journaling for me is finding fun ways to decorate my spreads. In this post, I'll be detailing 18 different things you can use to spice up your bullet journal spreads.
IT'S FINALLY SUMMER!! I'm back from a quick week-long blogging break in which I studied for and took exams, and in honor of the new season, I'm sharing a spread I made with a bunch of summer-themed doodles!
I like making my bullet journal pretty. Not everyone does, and that's totally fine, but I do. I really enjoy creating artistic spreads that make me feel good when I look at them; however, I don't always have time to create intricate drawings, and I'm sure most of you don't either. That's why using photos is the perfect solution—all you have to do is grab a picture and stick it in your notebook! Lucky for you, I've put together a list of nine ideas for using photos in your journal.
Having a notebook is obviously an essential part of journaling and planning; in fact, it's one of just two things you absolutely need in order to start a bullet journal (the other is a writing utensil). Some people prefer to leave their notebook covers clean and empty, but some decide to decorate. If you're one of the latter (or if you'd like to be, or if you're just curious), you've come to the right place! I've assembled a list of 6 methods you can use to decorate your notebooks.
Keeping up with a blog is difficult. When I first started blogging, it was hard for me to find my flow, but I found that one of the most helpful tools for being an organized blogger was my bullet journal. I've created a number of spreads since I started blogging to help with different aspects of my blog, and in this post, I'm going to be sharing my top ten. Fellow bloggers, this one is for you!
It's time for another daily planning update! You may have noticed that I've been using a new type of weekly/daily planning spread in the past few months, so I thought it would be nice to go into a little more detail about how I've been using it.
Happy almost spring! There's snow on the ground outside my house, so I decided to create a spring doodles page to get hyped for spring, which is (hopefully) just around the corner.