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
19 Bullet Journal Weekly Spread Ideas

Using a Bullet Journal Weekly spread is essential. These spreads can be customized, tweaked, and made into exactly what you need to get through your week. As a newbie, I highly recommend sticking with a minimalist spread as it will provide you everything you need while you get into the habit of using it. If you have been bullet journaling for a while a more complex weekly spread may be exactly what you need to save pages and provide you with a more productive journal. In looking for a weekly spread to better help me track all of my plans, I decided to show youREAD 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. You see I use my bullet journal as a creative outlet, journal, and daily planner to keep me on task.READ 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 stream. 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
Bullet Journal Brain Dumps - How To Set Up A Brain Dump In Your Bullet Journal

If there is one thing I know about bullet journalers it’s that we love anything to do with list making or doing a brain dump. Today I am teaching you what and how to use a brain dump in your bullet journal. What Is A Brain Dump A brain dump is exactly what it sounds like. It is word vomit on a piece of paper so you can get all your tasks, upcoming events, must do’s, and things you want to remember out of your brain. The idea of a brain dump is a way to clear your mind so you can better organize yourREAD MORE
February 2019 Pink and Grey Setup - Bullet Journal Layout in Pink and Grey Stripes

My bullet journal setup for February is a minimalist but colorful setup. In keeping with Valentine’s day I went ahead and used pink as one of my colors. However, I am not a huge Valentine’s Day fan so I paired it with a grey and left hearts completely out of this theme. It’s not that I dislike the holiday – I just don’t celebrate it. If you do that is awesome and I wish you a very happy day filled with joy and love. For being a short month I have a lot going on. My son’s birthday, our anniversary, and of course all theREAD MORE

When it comes to bullet journal must haves one of the more popular items on the list of supplies are the Mildliners. That’s why today I am doing a Mildliner review. Do they live up to the hype? Are they worth your money? Well in short, absolutely. I love the colors, the multiple use tips, and that they are easy to store and carry with you. Today I’m going to give you all the highlights on these popular markers so you can decide if they are useful for you and your bullet journal needs. Mildliner Highlighters Mildliner highlighters are a pale highlighter that are aREAD 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