Ever since I set eyes on my balcony, I knew I wanted to put a tiny garden there. A mini jungle for a get away at my house sounded great, AND we’ve had a bigger garden each summer we’ve been in the house. But to stay on top of my game (as the garden continues to grow), I need a schedule to keep me on track! Continue reading “Get your Garden in your Journal | Bujo Garden Spread”
I love writing quotes in calligraphy, as well as just writing in calligraphy. Mixing fonts and embellishments can be all well and good…. until you have nothing to write! Do you ever draw a blank when you sit down to write something? I know I have – keep reading to see what I did to help when I run into that!
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:
Bullet journaling took the complicated (schedule everything, catalog my life, capture memories, doodle, letter, craft and create) and put it all into one notebook.
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Bullet Journaling can be incredibly relaxing and comforting. It can allow you to organize your thoughts without the pressure of perfection. One thing that I find calming is remembering what to be grateful for. In counting my reasons to smile, I find myself smiling again.