We’ve done it… We jumped the gun and opened a super-sweet Etsy Store!
We’ve got some pretty awesome planner printables up there just for you and your planner addiction…perfectly sized for the BULLET JOURNAL. So make sure to check it out!
We’re adding new items almost daily and planning a few awesome GIVEAWAYS right here on the blog later this month. SO CHECK BACK OFTEN!
(We’ve also got some rustic decor & a little bit of jewelry thrown in)
And for the love… STICKERS ARE COMING SOON!
So head on over and check it out!
In my October Blog Stats & Review post I mentioned that by night I’m an event planner. Part of the reason my stats dropped off was because I was planning the decor for this HUGE event. Let me tell you this was an event that took every piece of me.. ENTER THE BUJO.
Planning an event can be super stressful. But staying organized and on top of your tasks can largely take that stress away. So I wanted to share with you how I used my BuJo to plan this event.
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I LOVE birthdays. (Well mostly just mine.) And this year was no exception. In my usual celebratory fashion I celebrated “Birthday Week”, starting Sunday last week. There were ups (and unfortunately downs) but overall it was a great week. Here’s how I celebrated inside (and outside) my Bullet Journal.
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When I first read that printing on sticky notes was a thing… my initial thought was NO WAY! There is NO WAY that you can do that. So my skeptical self stuck with that theory for a while, not even attempting it.
After a while of sticking to my guns… I realized I should probably give it a go. So I tried it…and what do you know… it’s almost the COOLEST THING EVER!
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This is now my third attempt at a video for this blog. Third time’s a charm right. No who am I kidding, video’s are not my strong point. But take a look anyways. Oh and if video’s aren’t really your thing either, I’ve added photos and descriptions too!
This is a quick look inside my third bullet journal. If you missed it, I’ve also posted about my first bullet journal and my second bullet journal. Make sure to check those out. I’ll be honest, I was NOT happy with this Leuchtturm1917 squared (you’ll notice in the video the last 50 pages or so are pretty blank and I’ve clipped them all together). I purchased this journal because I was not about to spend $40 for a dot grid on amazon. All the regular priced dot grids were BACKORDERED! #crymeariver over that one. But I did survive two months in this, until Goulet Pens came through for me.
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September is here! MY FAVORITE MONTH (I’m biased…my birthday is the 22nd). A new month and a new journal – nothing quite excites me more than starting in a new bullet journal! There are times when I start to use the pages in my current journal a little faster so that I can start in a new one (yup…addict!)
First things first you’ll need to decide on your next journal. I’m a Leuchtturm1917 fan and specifically enjoy the dot grid style. (I’ve tried the squared style for journaling, and have used the lined style for my devotional journal, but I just don’t like it as much as the dot grid.) I’m also a huge fan of Goulet Pens. They have the BEST prices on journals (and I always need a new fountain pen or ink for a new journal!)
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Welcome back to the second post in the Anatomy of the Bullet Journal series! Today we’re all about the Index.
The index is just as it sounds. It’s a record of all the pages in your notebook, and what is on them. You can go super detailed and write down every single page, or just do the basics. Generally I just do the basics which include a range for my monthly pages (the monthly overview, memories, gratitude, tracking and daily pages), and then any important collections.
My first bullet journal was a Moleskine Squared notebook. I had only left two pages for the index, and this wasn’t enough. Towards the end of the book I created a third index page.
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