Are you ready to get organized and develop a better daily routine? Maybe you have some big goals you’d like to accomplish, but you don’t know where to start. While developing a good system is an ongoing process, one simple first step is weekly planning. Look no further than the Bullet Journal weekly spread!

One easy and fun way to weekly plan is to use a weekly spread. Since weekly spreads allow you to see your entire week at a glance, you save room in your planner. They can also be customized to fit your needs. A weekly spread can hold not only your schedule, but also tasks, goals, meal planning, you name it! The options are endless!

Spring is officially here and I’m loving it this year! Rainy, windy and full of flowers. I poured all that inspiration into my April planning pages! Take a look at my April Bullet Journal Set-up and download it for your own!

You can print these pages out to use in your A5 size journal, or download them to use in your digital journal! So grab your watercolor planning pack below!

The first step of any project is to gather the necessary supplies. The same is true when you start a journal or a Bullet Journal. You’ve got to have a dedicated notebook and pen ready, or your journaling dreams are toast. Now as I’ve said before, there’s no wrong way to choose your notebook and pen. The only thing that matters is your mindset about keeping a journal.  But I’m of the firm opinion that starting off with high quality ( and pretty!) supplies keeps you more motivated over the long term.

So, in an attempt to make your life easier, I’ve done the work for you! I’ve been journaling every single day for over 2 years and I’ve field tested dozens of different notebooks and pens. ( To see my top picks for notebooks, click here! ) in the selection below I’ve picked the not only the highest quality but the most affordable pens on the market now. So scroll down and get started on building your ideal journal kit with any one of these 8 sure to please pens!

Getting organized: why is it so hard? The house, the kids, the deadlines. Life gets complicated fast and it’s easy to be overwhelmed by all the tiny details that go into every day. While there are planners and apps that can help you organize your time, there are very few options for organizing everything else. This is where starting a journaling practice can be a lifesaver.

2018 is around the corner and for planner junkies like me, it’s a very exciting time!  January 1st hits and even the most planner averse among us are motivated to set some goals. But getting organized is hard. Where should you start? How do you keep up your motivation after January 1st? My solution is a DIY planner! DIY planners are cheap, infinitely flexible and designed specifically for your needs.

Do you want to get more organized in the new year, but just don’t have the time to create your own planner? Don’t worry, I’ve got you covered!

I’ve been a part of the journaling community for a few years now. In this community, we share ideas, techniques, and best of all  – our pages. I’ve seen thousands of different pages from hundreds of different individuals.  Being the psychology nerd that I am, I’ve unearthed some patterns. While everyone’s journal is unique to them, your personal style will usually fall into one of six categories.

What’s YOUR Bullet Journal style? I’ve designed a super fun, fast and easy quiz to help you discover where you fall on the Bullet Journal spectrum. Click below and discover your planner personality!

Happy, sad, excited, annoyed? We all experience a myriad of emotions every day.  So why keep track of these winds of change? There are a lot of good reasons, but they can all be summed up in one common adage.

” What gets measured gets managed. “

It’s as simple as that, folks. When you track your mood every day you can identify patterns and triggers. Armed with knowledge you can take control of your moods, instead of letting them control you.