When I got halfway through my current journal I started thinking about my next one. I knew which one I wanted to go for- the darling of bullet journaling, the dotted Leuchtturm1917. Before going out and making my purchase however (I gave myself a target of reaching a certain page) I did some planning. Firstly […]
The first clue was on week 18’s spread, but if you hadn’t guessed, I’m going bee and honeycomb themed for May! In all honesty there will probably be more honeycomb than bees as even I can trace a hexagon while free-drawing a bee presents more of a challenge, but we shall see!
Last week felt a bit weird honestly; looking back I got heaps done (baking, gaming and started this blog) but it didn’t really feel like it at the time. Maybe isolation is finally getting to me! I think this spread looks quite good but wasn’t great to write on honestly; especially when my main pen
This is a final hurrah for my April theme which I’ve absolutely loved. It’s been a lot of colouring work but being faced with lovely bright colours every day has been a great pick me up. I don’t like splitting weekly spreads when the month ends but this one works really well as it has
Wow, it’s really weird looking back at these old weekly spreads, especially after the pen. Firstly, this spread was my staple for almost five months, I didn’t vary it at all and I think that is one of the great things about a Bullet Journal; you can make it as functional or fantastical as you
First of all, I’m very lucky. I live in a first-world country with public healthcare and a government that surprised us all by agreeing to support wages so workers could be furloughed on at least 80% of their normal salary. I’ve been off work for almost a month now and it’s honestly quite weird going
This is my first time recording a flip-through, I think it’s turned out ok but let me know what you think. I was pretty late in starting monthly themes in this journal but they do tie it together nicely. Looking forward to unveiling my May theme next week!
This was my first Bullet Journal; a Hobbit Moleskine (I was in the middle of my mad fandom stage!) I love the cover artwork as well as the extras inside the notebook itself- such as the map pictured. I used the journal for around 6 months consistently but then during the winter of 2016/17 I
I’ve been on my second bullet journal for almost 8 months now- although it’s over 2 years since my first journaling attempt! I’ve only got a couple of months left in my current journal so come and say hello as I finish it and recap, and start setting up my new one! What are your