Winter is incredibly beautiful when captured in the right moment. Slush and snow kicked up by snowplows probably a little less than a majestic view of a great lake. My point is that timing can be everything – and when the weather is cold – how do you make sure you photography doesn’t suffer because you feel like a human icicle? Here’s what I do:
Have you ever been bullet journaling, printing out inspiration, or using a journal prompt, and wish that you had a folder to put it in?
I definitely have, and I have been guilty of keeping stickers, half sheets of paper, folded letter paper, and more tucked inside my bullet journal. Here’s how I made a folder to help corral that to keep from stressing my journal’s spine, and to keep things nice and tidy.
Meal planning has never been my strong suit. I love the idea of knowing exactly what I want to eat every day, giving myself a streamlined processes at mealtime and the comfort of knowing what I’m getting into at the grocery store. SO, in favor of all things, new year, better process (a slight adaptation of the #newyearnewme that I’ve been seeing sprinkled over social media) and reasonable goals, here I come!
Bullet Journal weekly spreads can get monotonous – but if you’ve got a pen and your bullet Journal, you’re half way there! Check out how I set up a new weekly spread variation in my BuJo.
If you happen to see the stars in the background of last weeks post about goalsetting in the new year, and wanted to know how those were made, you’re in luck!