Ta da! Here’s the final setup for my new journal! You’ve seen some of these spreads in my previous posts about my new journal but I thought it’d be worth seeing them in sequential order! The only pages missing here are my washi swatch as I haven’t had a brainwave of how to lay it […]
Another spread to start off my new journal! I’ve still decided to keep things pretty simple as I have with the rest of my setup but added some colour with washi tapes. Today I’m showing off my (so far empty) wish list and a version of a PMI table for career ideas. I really don’t
More from my new journal! This week it’s themes and setups, which I never really planned ahead in my current journal but I quite like the idea that at the end of the year I’ll have a page full of all the themes I’ve used to look back on. The second page is an idea
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
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