You’ve probably been in this situation: scrolling through Instagram, swooning over beautiful calligraphy…looking at the way people can control a fountain pen with such delicacy. But, is a fountain pen for everyone? Think about scribbling out a note before you leave the house. “Be back at 8!” Would you use a nib pen when you are in a rush? Probably not. Arguably, we’ve been using
I have a confession…. I LOVE my highlighters. I saw them when I first started bujo’ing and thought I wouldn’t need them. I was satisfied with my markers and colored pencils. Silly me. Somewhere along the way I decided to buy a pack and I haven’t looked back since. The ones I have and love are Zebra Mildliners. They come in a bunch of different colors.
If you are like me, buying washi is a little bit of an addition. Before you know it, it’s quickly piling up all over the place. Being a chronic organizer, I had to find a solution. Instead, I found many! I wanted to share with you two ways I do it, along with some tips I found around the web! This post contains affiliate links.
I was thinking about how stressed I was getting (about life in general) and then it dawned on me that I haven’t really been including self care into my normal routine! Self care is the intentional multifaceted approach of, you guessed it, taking care of yourself. Defined in Wikipedia as “any necessary human regulatory function which is under individual control, deliberate and self-initiated.” Self care includes
When I show people my bullet journal, I’m often asked how I can come up with such creative ideas to include. The first thing I always do is give credit to Ryder and this AMAZING community us Bullet Journaler’s are part of because so much of my journal are ideas I’ve gotten from other people. While I am sure there are times all of us
Jen shared her September bullet journal setup a few days ago so I figured it was time to show you all how I get ready for a new month! Before I dive into the month, I like to reflect on the previous month. This is kind of a month-in-review meets brain dump. I make sure I highlight memories, big wins for the month and anything else I want
OOPS! Here I am, so far past the beginning of the month sharing my setup. This pictures sat on my desktop forgotten about longer than I care to admit. None the less – I still wanted to share! This post contains affiliate links. For more information, see our disclosures here. I feel like I’ve been pretty consistent with how I use my journal the past few
This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Dollar General for IZEA. All opinions are 100% mine. When I think of Dollar General, one of the last things I think of is apparel. So when they asked us to check out their clothes for fall, I was a little shocked. Going in I figured I wouldn’t be able to find any outfits
It’s time to be honest. Who hasn’t looked up something on YouTube before? Sometimes video content can be more helpful than step-by-step articles. Now, combine this with footage of someone’s bullet journal and we are all in heaven! So many of our favorite bullet journalists who flourish on blogs and Instagram even dabble into YouTube. So here’s a list of some you can start following
I don’t know about you, but when faced with having to throw together dinner I am usually stumped. It’s funny, because I certainly have my go-to meals, my favorites, or things I’ve tried a few times in the past. But the moment I find myself pondering ‘what should I make tonight?’ my mind goes blank. My husband is great about remembering things — “hey, remember