If you missed last weeks post you may not know that I had an art show last weekend. One of the biggest hits that I got the most positive feedback on was a sample booklet that outlined different ways that a journal can be used; start to finish. I’ll be outlining some of the pages on the blog here. Check out the tag Journaling Hacks to follow along & read more to see how I layout my first full page spread:
This week is going to be a doozy! I don’t know about you, but when I have a hectic week, with thing is I know I need to get done, seeing everything all at once helps me find a path to completion and calm.
It’s November! Which, if you look around any store, it looks like Christmas… However, for me, it means thinking about gratitude and thankfulness. Reed on to see how I’ve organized my thankfulness tracker this year:
Whether you love to create music, transpose songs, or just love the look of music staff paper – making your own at home can be a great way to incorporate more music in your life. Read on to see how I make mine
It’s that time of year again. Whether you’re going back to school as a student, parent of a student, or teacher – here are 5+ great ideas to maximize any Bullet Journal.