Journaling should be fun and freeing, not stressful. This week, I’m taking things back to basics with layout ideas. If you missed the last journaling hacks posts, click here for monthly set up & click here for setting up a new year.
Valentine’s Day is just around the corner & I have to be honest, I’ve not decorated AT ALL yet this year. So, I decided to make a quick, easy and fun Valentine’s Day spread perfect to stick in my journal or l to add some festivity to my February – come check it out:
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 Style Journal weekly spreads can get monotonous – but if you’ve got a pen and your journal, you’re half way there! Check out how I set up a new weekly spread variation in my bullet style journal.
Journaling with a blank book can seem scary or daunting. Back when I first decided I wanted to give the bullet style journal life a try, I wanted to test out 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: