One major appeal to bullet journaling is the collections you see floating around Pinterest and Instagram. A bullet journal collection is a place where you organize your lists or projects that fall into a specific category. A collection can be grocery shopping lists, books you have read or want to read, and more. Collections are a great way to keep all your ideas on a certain project in one place and organized. Collections are used for mental health, self care, meal planning, book reading, movie watching, Netflix binging, and anything else that you want to keep track of. How To Use Bullet Journal Collections CollectionsRead More →
how to write bounce with micron fineliner in bounce lettering

I am a huge Micron Fineliner fan. I actually use them for all my writing in my bullet journal. Lately I find myself mimicking brush lettering with it and to be honest it’s so much easier than actual brush lettering. Something happens to the bullet journaler who starts following other bullet journal accounts on Instagram. We start seeing these amazing fonts and want to learn how to do them ourselves. Here’s where the problem comes in, most of those fonts take a bit of time to learn. You have to practice them a lot to get them down. Especially the super pretty bounce lettering andRead More →
Bullet Journal Cover Page With Quote For January 2020 Coffee Theme

Seeing that it’s the beginning of a new year I found I decided to start it off right with a coffee themed bullet journal spread. I love coffee and can’t start my day without it so I decided to start my year a bit in the same way. This month I plan to slow it down a bit and enjoy more days on the sofa with a cup of coffee and my amazon fire tablet to read. The Amazon Kindle Unlimited plan allows me to read loads of free to read books. Last year, even with a busy schedule I read 17 books using myRead More →

Bullet journals are extremely popular right now. If you’ve heard the success stories from people who use bullet journals to plan out their lives, you probably want to know how to start your own. I’m teaching your how to start a bullet journal right here. Bullet journals are extremely personal so your bullet journal will not be like mine or anyone else’s. You will have a completely different set up because your bullet journal will be used for different reasons that are personal to you. I use my bullet journal as a creative outlet, journal, and daily planner to keep me on task. I trackRead More →
15 Bullet Journal Monthly Spread Ideas

Have I told you how much I love bullet journaling yet? It’s a recent addiction of mine and quite frankly a complete game changer when it comes to tracking my entire life. Of course I absolutely need monthly spreads for a quick glance at everything I have going on. The monthly spread is great for tracking your upcoming events. If you need to check your schedule for availability quickly the monthly spread is a must have. Additionally, you will never miss a birthday and be prepared for all holiday events. A monthly spread allows you to hold all future events in one place then youRead More →
20 Bullet Journal Spring Theme Ideas

It’s March and the warmth of spring is coming up quick. Time to start planning those gorgeous spring bullet journal layouts. I have gathered 20 beautiful bullet journal page ideas for spring. I love how my Instagram feed is filling up with such beautiful spring bullet journal layouts. Bright colors, flowers, bees, and all sorts of beautiful in my feed. All these bullet journal ideas have me anxiously doodling in my own bullet journal. Once the weather warms up I like to open up the windows and doors to enjoy the spring air. I also like to get out and play during the spring. ThisRead More →

Drawing pretty typography and quotes in bullet journals is something most of us will get into at some point. Quotes can be motivating or comforting depending on the quote. Either way it is one of my favorite ways to add a bit of creativity in my journal. Today I want to show you some creative ways you can add quotes to your bullet journal to help motivate you and keep you going. It’s your journal so go with what you like and what will work for you. If you love writing quote pages in your journal you might want to consider getting a second journalRead 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 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 →

The very first pages that you are going to put into your bullet journal is your key and your index pages. You key page tells you what all your symbols means. This helps you to reference tasks, completed tasks, projects, events, and other aspects of your life that you need to track. The index page tells you where you can find everything in your journal. When you come up with your key you can use any symbols that you wish. As you use the symbols enough you will eventually memorize them and actually rarely reference this page. Your index pages will tell you where toRead More →
Bullet Journal Book Tracker Ideas

If you aren’t already a reader, you will be after taking a look at these upcoming bullet journal book trackers. One of the first things that I wanted to add to my lifestyle was reading more. Creating a book log for your bullet journal will help you to get on track with reading every day. You’ll end up wishing you had more time to read in the day to read more. Additionally, as your bullet journal book tracker gets filled in you will feel a sense of accomplishment. Types of Bullet Journal Book Trackers There are loads of ways you can track books. While rightRead More →

When you are looking for bullet journal inspiration you need to know the best places to find it. While I’m hoping to build this blog to be a huge source of inspiration for all your bullet journal needs I want to help you find more. Today I am showing you 20 of the best Instagram accounts to follow for bullet journal inspiration. Before we start diving into these bullet journal accounts though I would like to talk briefly about creativity and art. Do not ever compare your art skills to that of another. Art is not something that is comparable because each person will haveRead 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 →

If you are just starting out on your bullet journal journey you may be looking for a few easier designs. The last thing anyone likes doing is putting time into something that they aren’t going to stick to using. I’ve put together a fantastic list of minimalist bullet journal pages to help you get started and get into the habit of using your bullet journal. A minimalist bullet journal spread usually just focuses on the tasks that need to be accomplished. There aren’t fancy colors and the look can usually be accomplished with a ruler and a pen. The most appealing part of having aRead More →
14 Bullet Journal Ideas

I love my bullet journal. Creating spreads for anything I want to track. Using them to keep my mind on task with upcoming projects. These bullet journal ideas can organize just about everything in your life. Now we all love beautiful spreads, however, not all of us have great drawing capabilities. Don’t let this stop you from taking the concepts of the spreads and creating something that will work for you. Your bullet journal should absolutely be catered to your needs. That’s why I love mine so much. I’ve catered mine to help me stay on track with all of my daily, weekly, and monthlyRead More →