There is a new book on the market, and if you are an active reader of this blog, my guess is it is right up your alley. The book is called Dot Journaling—A Practical Guide: How to Start and Keep the Planner, To-Do List, and Diary That’ll Actually Help You Get Your Life Together, and it’s written for both people who are new to journaling and people who are already doing it.
This handy, entertaining guide to the latest hot trend in journaling shows you how to get things done by putting pen to dot-grid paper and expressing yourself, with tons of example spreads.
What is dot journaling? In it’s simplest form, it’s just the decorative, less structured, ‘Pinterest-y’ version of bullet journaling. This is the first book written on the trend, and it’s by the BuzzFeed senior lifestyle editor Rachel Wilkerson Miller who expands on her original article that drew 2 million views. If you are a fellow planner addict, you’ve likely already read one or more of her articles on the subject over on BuzzFeed.
Fun story — back in 2009 I started a Fitness blog. Rachel was one of my favorite bloggers at the time. As I came in and out of the blogging world, I lost track of Rachel. Fast forward to 2016, when I am actively blogging about planning and productivity, when I find her writing about this trend on BuzzFeed. Rachel is an amazing and engaging writer and I’m so excited for you to get your hands on this book.
One lucky winner will win a copy of her Dot Journaling: The Set, which includes the how-to book and blank dot grid notebook.
Entries start at 12am EST on Sunday, November 19th and ends November 22nd at 12am. The winner will be notified on 11/22 and I’ll update this post as well.