In today’s world, where everybody has loads of things going on in their lives, it is pretty difficult to remember all our friend’s and relatives’ birthdays, important events, appointments, etc. And we don’t want that heart-dropping and the sickening feeling of forgetting an important day, do we? If you are looking for a way to prevent such alarms and dreads, you have come to the right place. Let me introduce you to the future log spread in the bullet journal. A future log in a bullet journal is a draft to log all your significant moments of upcoming months.  What Is A Future Log In ARead More →
21 Bullet Journal Future Log Ideas

One of the very first spreads people put in their bullet journal is the future log. The bullet journal year at a glance is a fantastic reference guide for planning out your entire year. They are fantastic to marking holidays, birthdays, and other important dates. Future logs in your bullet journal are an essential spread to create. They make planning easier and are a fantastic reference when creating your monthly and weekly spreads. Before we get started here is a list of my recommended supplies. Recommended Products Journal Stencils Fine Point Pens Micron Fine Line Set Pens Tombow Fudenosuke Soft And Hard Tip Brush PenRead More →
20 Bullet Journal Gratitude Log Ideas

Gratitude logs are an amazing tool for building a positive mindset. If you haven’t yet used a gratitude log or are wondering if you should use one at all, I have all the reasons why you should right here. If you are looking for a way to live in the present, be more positive, and shift your mind away from negativity a gratitude log is the best place to start. There are some pretty powerful reasons to use a gratitude log. Before we get started here is a list of my recommended supplies. Recommended Products Journal Stencils Fine Point Pens Micron Fine Line Set PensRead More →

Bullet Journaling has become very popular in recent years as it is the best, fun, and efficient way to keep memories and organize your tasks. In fact, we can use bullet journals just for anything – for taking notes, tracking habits, moods, dumping ideas, gratitude, etc.  A bullet journal is a blend of a planner, a task list, a diary, and a creative outlet. If you are planning on starting a bullet journal, you can easily get confused by all the different ways you can use the bullet journal. There is an infinite amount of collections you can include in your journal, and you canRead More →

Do you have a page dedicated to just bullet journal calendars in your bullet journal? Having a calendar for every month is great! You can have a look at all your upcoming plans, events, special days, holidays, etc., in just a glance.  You can create calendars for all months together in the front of your bullet journal, or you can also add them when you start a new month. After all, it is your choice. You get to decide what’s best for you and where everything goes in your journal.  I used to have only weekly and daily planners in the past; I didn’t includeRead More →

Minimalist bullet journal spreads are so easy, fun, and beautiful to recreate and look at. Personally, I am a minimalist, or at least I consider it myself, as I love to keep things simple and functional in my bullet journal.  Minimalist bullet journal spreads are the easiest and the most functional type of spreads to make for beginners. The minimalist bullet journal pages are a great way to start instead of getting overwhelming with the colors, washi-tapes, stickers, stencils, markers, etc. I lean more towards the minimalist bullet journal is because I don’t have the time and energy to decorate it constantly. The best partRead More →

 It is nearly impossible to find a planner that has everything you need to perfectly fit your schedule. That is why Bullet Journals have become very popular. You can customize it as you wish to fit your schedule.   If you are a student, it is easy to understand how busy your life can be. Keeping track of days off, holidays, work schedule, class timetable, labs, social schedule, homework, group projects meetups… it can get overwhelming. Plus, if you are one of those who like to track things like meal planning, workouts, budget planning, habits, etc. it might get overwhelmed to fit all of thatRead More →
Bullet Journal Setup for 2020

I can’t believe we are about two weeks out till 2020. Last year I didn’t start over in a new journal because I had a lot left in my last one. This year however I decided to start off with a new journal. I have to admit I’m usually one for using a journal until there are no more pages left but it feels nice to start fresh for the new year. Table Of Contents For returning visitors or if you are looking for something in specific here is an easy jump to table of contents for you. Just click the link and jump toRead More →
What Is A Bullet Journal And How Can It Help You

I’m sure you’ve heard at least a little bit about bullet journaling and how it’s changed the lives of some of the people who use them. You may be asking yourself, what is a bullet journal? The simple answer is, a bullet journal is whatever you make of it. Bullet journaling was created by Ryder Carroll as a way to boost productivity. The actual concept behind it is extremely easy. The fancy designs and layouts that you see are all extras that you can add to personalize it. Spread by Archer & Olive Bullet journals are a combination of trackers, journals, and planners. They areRead More →
Weekly Spreads vs. Daily Spreads In Bullet Journals - Pros and Cons of Each

Planning spreads and how we use them are essential to the bullet journal process. They help us to plan out our lives and keep us on track to reach goals. What happens when a planning spread doesn’t work for you? There is often a big debate on what planning spreads people use. Some people skip the daily spread in favor for the weekly spread. Others stick to the daily spreads because they are great for an erratic schedule. Today I’m going to show you the pros and cons of weekly and daily spreads so you can decide which spread is best for you. Before weRead More →
Bullet Journal Pink Theme Ideas

There are times in our bullet journaling when all we want to do is a simple one color theme. Our purses and bags can only carry so many pens. It can be difficult to search through all of them to find the right shade. When this happens you pick your couple of colors and you create spreads with just those colors. I did this in my February 2019 bullet journal setup. I was in a pink mood that month so I used pink and grey mildliner highlighters. To give you more pink inspiration for your bullet journal I went on the hunt for the prettiestRead More →

Bullet journal collections and trackers help to keep your bullet journal organized and clear of clutter. They make it easy to remember important things while also helping you to track your progress in a specific goal. Before we get started here is a list of my recommended supplies. Recommended Products Journal Stencils Fine Point Pens Micron Fine Line Set Pens Tombow Fudenosuke Soft And Hard Tip Brush Pen Tombow Brush Pens Washi Tape Crayola Super Tips What Are Collections Collections are useful pages holding information that is relevant to you. These can be anything from lists of movies you want to see to books youRead More →
Minimalist Bullet Journal Cover Page For January - January 2019 Bullet Journal Set up

The beginning of the year is an extra crazy time for me. I have goals to create and plan out, deadlines to create, and loads of planning to do. For January I decided to do a minimalist bullet journal set up to save time on my planning. December and January are ALWAYS crazy months for me. Between loads of December birthdays, Christmas, and New Years I have almost zero time. To make matters worse I am in the process of changing up my mommy blog and dealing with all the things that come with a rebrand. I am all over the place with ideas, plans,Read More →
Bullet Journal New Year Cover Ideas

Bullet journal new year cover pages are a fantastic way to start your bullet journal for the new year. They can represent a hope, be funny, be minimalist or just simply be a starting off point for the year. There are a few reasons why you should have a new year cover but I know what you are actually here for. You want the new year cover inspiration. Before we get started here is a list of my recommended supplies. Recommended Products Journal Stencils Fine Point Pens Micron Fine Line Set Pens Tombow Fudenosuke Soft And Hard Tip Brush Pen Tombow Brush Pens Washi TapeRead More →

Bullet journal ADHD management can help combat forgetfulness, thought overload, and help you stay on top of tasks. Today I’m going to show you how people with ADHD can benefit from using a bullet journal. When you live with ADHD it can be extremely difficult. People will complain about your forgetfulness or random behavior often. Even more than what other people will complain about you will often find yourself beating yourself up for things too. Our lack of ability to stay on task, remember things at the store, remember events or plans, and even just keeping track of our daily chores can often be tooRead More →

A lot of bullet journalers will prefer to use a travelers journal instead of a typical hardcover bullet journal. Today I want to show you why you might do this, what to use, and help you find the perfect cover for your bullet journal. Instead of filling up a journal and then buying a whole new one some bullet journalers opt to use travelers journals. These journals allow you to switch out the inserts and keep one cover. You can also have several different inserts. This would allow to keep yearly trackers and logs in one booklet, collections in another, and then your monthly andRead More →

Harry Potter is a favorite fandom of mine. So, it only makes sense for me to do a Harry Potter bullet journal theme post, right? I have rounded up some of the best Harry Potter doodles and spreads to draw inspiration from. I plan on doing a Harry Potter theme in my own bullet journal in November. I am currently reading through the Harry Potter books for the first time after seeing the movies several times. I have to say I am loving the books and highly recommend reading them. Harry Potter Doodles & Spreads If you are planning on doing Harry Potter Spreads inRead More →
21 Bullet Journal Easy Weekly Spread Ideas

When you are first starting your bullet journal there is a massive appeal to going all out with your design and layouts. I actually recommend against doing that. I recommend that you start off with easy designs and layouts at first. I’m sharing some visually appealing easy bullet journal weekly spreads that anyone can do. The big reason why I recommend you go with easy simple designs at first is because you still need to figure out what works for you. It’s easy for us to add every spread under the sun to our bullet journal and then be completely overwhelmed by it all. InRead More →

A huge part of bullet journaling is the lovely doodles that you can put into your journal. What if you lack artist skills? There is hope! I went through Instagram, Pinterest, and YouTube and found some of the best of the best in how to bullet journal doodle accounts and videos. While not all the accounts are solely about doodling, all have some pretty awesome guides teaching you how to doodle yourself. Even if you currently do not have any artistic skills at all. Artists are not born with a natural gift to draw. We learned to draw and continued to practice. No matter whatRead More →

If there is one thing bullet journalers love it’s picking, designing, and creating a theme every month for their spreads. Bullet journal themes give you a uniform look throughout the month and are super fun to design. If you need some bullet journal inspiration for your bullet journal setup you’ve come to the right place. It’s not uncommon to go to pick a theme and have your mind go completely blank. This is why I have created a comprehensive list complete with examples to some super popular themes that you can use throughout the year. Coming Up With Bullet Journal Themes I want to discussRead More →