I just got home from a weekend spent in the country with friends as we worked on several creative projects. On the long drive home I thought about how differently people use their bullet journals.
I’ve seen many beautiful spreads created using a black pen to make complex-looking, decorative, gorgeous florals and perfect ruled boxes. I’ve seen vertical spreads, horizontal spreads, and spreads in the shape of a triangle or parallelogram. I even recently saw someone create a habit tracker in the form of a stove. Talk about creative!
Then there are the bullet journalists who proudly say theirs is an “ugly bujo.” Continue reading “What are “ugly bujos”?”
Last Friday night, after a very busy and tiring week I sat down at my kitchen table with my bujo and decided to do some de-stressing and challenged myself to come up with as many headers as I could to fill one page of my notebook using only three of my Dear Lily Designs stencils.
Continue reading “Stencil header challenge”
A few years ago, I bought this awesome whiteboard calendar at Walmart and glued earth magnets to each corner so I could put it on my fridge. I wanted to challenge myself to see if I could come up with a menu for an entire month, each month. I was tired of wasting money on food that had spoiled because I’d forgotten about it.
When that cheap Walmart whiteboard broke in half after years of use, I found myself once again having the same problem. Walmart no longer sold them and I couldn’t find one I liked online or elsewhere. Continue reading “How my bullet journal saves me time, money, and food”