Bullet journaling with a blank book can seem scary or daunting. Back when I first decided I wanted to give the bujo life a try, I wanted to test out bullet journaling for one month to see if it was really something I wanted to do, I would be accountable with and liked doing rather than feeling burdened with something else to do. Here’s what I did and how I set it up:
What a fun #30daysofblogging tag! If there is one thing these 30 days of blogging has shown me, it’s that I don’t take enough time to stop and reflect on myself, my creative process and what makes me unique.
30 Days of Blogging Day 18
This is definitely a difficult question to answer. I can say honestly that within the last 48 hours I’ve done: photography, hand lettering, crocheting, bracelet making, book binding and sewing. (This is probably due to a few factors: the weekend, an etsy order, and being able to spend some quality time with my mom)
Now, which is my favorite?
30 Days of Blogging Day 17
I love creating and doing what I do, but I really really apprecuated this blogging prompt to take a step back to think about why.
30 Days Of Blogging Day 15
Taking photos has been a pastime, hobby and all around fun activity that I’ve enjoyed doing for as long as I’ve had a camera.
30 Days of Blogging Day 13