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!
December is here and so are free printables!
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!
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!
November’s printables are here! And for a special treat, this month’s pages are decorated in watercolor! 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! Supplies I used to create these pages: Tombow Fudenosuke Brush Pens (These are the pens I use for headers and calligraphy. They are amazing, they basically do the work for you!) Pilot Metropolitan Fountain Pen Staedtler Triplus Fineliners Colore Watercolor Paint Set Pentel Aquash Water Brush Pens – These brushes are so easy to use and give you professional results even for a beginner! For a full explanation on each of these spreads and how I use them for monthly planning, click here. When you sign up for November’s Free Monthly Planning Pack, here’s what you’ll get. Watercolor Monthly Art & Quote of the Month Monthly Calendar,…
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.
Time for a showdown! If you’ve been reading my blog this year, you know I’m a big fan of the famed Leuchtturm1917 notebooks. In 2 years of journaling every single day, I’ve gone thru 3 different Leuchtturms – and I loved them all. But recently, as Bullet Journaling grows in popularity, I’ve noticed some new kids on the block.
The Scribbles That Matter notebook has caught my eye and as a legendary wrecker of notebooks, I’ve decided to put them to the test. I’ve been journaling every single day for the last 6 weeks in my new Scribbles That Matter notebook. The spine has endured countless opening’s and closings – the pages have met with every pen imaginable and even some watercolors! I’ve dropped it, stuffed it in my purse, spilled things on it, etc. Needless to say, I have “scribbled” all over this bad boy.
Looking to start a journal but feel overwhelmed by the options? This is the list for you! I’ve been Bullet Journaling every single day for over 2 years now, and I’ve tried a lot of notebooks along the way.
I’ve narrowed down your search to the best and the brightest. These 5 notebooks have stood the test of time and are sure to please options for every variety of journaling. So if you’re looking for a sure thing – look no further. I’ve got you!
I’m so glad I live in a world where there are Octobers.” L.M. Montgomery October’s printables are here! Supplies I used to create these pages: Tombow Fudenosuke Brush Pens (These are the pens I use for headers and calligraphy. They are amazing, they basically do the work for you!) Pilot Metropolitan Fountain Pen Staedtler Triplus Fineliners Prismacolor Colored Pencils Prismacolor Colored Pencil Blender – This is the first time I’ve tried these blenders and I love them! They can give you a nice watercolor effect even if you’re using regular colored pencils. For a full explanation on each of these spreads and how I use them for monthly planning, click here. When you sign up for October’s Free Monthly Planning Pack, here’s what you’ll get. Monthly Art & Quote of the Month Monthly Calendar, Goals, and To Do list For full instructions on monthly planning, click here! Monthly Habit Tracker For more…
It’s the Back to School season for kids and adults alike. College students prepare for a new semester and parents prep their kids for a new year. As grocery store aisles begin to fill with crisp paper and colorful crayon boxes, a palpable anticipation enters the air. A change is coming, and it comes with new pencils! You gotta love school supplies, but back to school is tough. There’s teacher meetings, supply shopping, schedules to revamp, etc. It’s enough to make a grown woman cry into the box of large fries she’s been forced to stress eat. Anyway, enter my bullet journal to the rescue! Here’s how I use my journal to organize all those pesky back to school details and avoid that pesky nervous breakdown. Supplies I used to create these pages: Tombow Fudenosuke Brush Pens (These are the pens I use for headers and calligraphy. They are amazing,…
September has arrived and here’s hoping that sweater weather will quickly follow. If you’ve been reading my blog this year you might have noticed I’m not a big fan of the heat. When it comes to summer weather, I’m all too happy to ” Let it go.” After all – ” The cold never bothered me anyway.” Wow, can you tell I have three kids and have seen Frozen 362 times?
Anyway, September printables are here! Scroll to the bottom to sign up for yours! If you’re already signed up you can head to the Printabundle Library and enter your password.