Starting a bullet journal is HARD. It's so easy to be overwhelmed and have no idea where to start. And because I'm a really nice person, I'm going to share with you my #1 most helpful thing I did when I first started bullet journaling! You're welcome.
Since my second semester started recently, I figured now would be a good time to update you all on how I've been using my school bullet journal.
We're already almost a month into 2018! If you saw my most recent post, you'll know that I am about to start a new bullet journal! That post is all about the collections I created at the start of my journal, and I'll be taking some time today to show you my monthly spreads for the month of February.
I'm starting a new journal!!! I am so excited to show you the spreads I've created in my beautiful nordic blue notebook. A lot of the pages I made are similar to the beginning of my last bujo, but I have definitely added some improvements!
The best bullet journal spreads I made in 2017!
Happy New Year! I hope your 2017 was filled with lovely things and I hope 2018 is even better! In today's post, I'm going to be sharing a bunch of different spreads I've created recently: my 2017 review, my goal planning for the new year, and my spreads for January.
Hi! So I thought it might be nice to start writing updates every once in a while about my daily planning process with my bullet journal, as my spreads are constantly evolving. In this update, I'll go over how I'm journaling currently: where I bullet journal, the supplies I always use, and what my daily spreads look like.
Recently, I have had the pleasure of being one of the first people (!!!) to try out the NOSO Journal for teens, and I can't wait to share my thoughts with you all!
Hi friends! I hope you've had a great November. I cannot believe 2017 is already ending. In today's post, I'll be showing you my bullet journal setup for *gasp* December!
It's no secret that there are a lot of misconceptions about bullet journaling. A lot of people may be intimidated by the seemingly "perfect" bullet journals online and come to the wrong conclusions about the "right" way to bullet journal. And that's why I'm here to debunk five myths about bullet journaling!