I don’t know about you, but I’m in a little bit of disbelief that 2018 is merely 8 weeks away. They say time flies when you’re having fun but the fact that the end of the year is practically here has me feeling like I’ve overslept one too many days since January.
Obviously, we still have two major holidays to prepare for. I am the last person to add any major to-do’s to my list during the holiday season, so believe me when I say I am not advocating anything elaborate or ultra time-consuming. However, waiting until the very last week of 2017 to decide what you want to get out of an ENTIRE YEAR doesn’t seem to leave a lot of room for contemplation. Continue reading “How to: Start Listing Your New Year Resolutions”
I started bullet journaling when I desperately needed a planner, but didn’t have 50+ bucks to spend on an elaborate planner. Bullet journaling is a very affordable, creative planning system option since whatever journal you own can be transformed into one!
Before I started, I think one of the biggest concerns I had about bullet journaling was the time it takes to make one and keep it up. After all, a bullet journal is a completely customizable planner. Creating every page in a bujo (bu -bullet- + jo -journal-) could take a lot of time depending on one’s needs in a planner. Also, pictures like these popped up every time I searched “bullet journal” on google and they definitely intimidated me: Continue reading “How I Organize My Life With A Bullet Journal”