Category: Bullet Journaling

Tuesday Tip | Set It Up

Tuesday Tip | Set It Up

It’ the first of he month. I encourage you to take some time to set up your goals for the month, as well as a way to track your progress. After accomplishing quite a lot in the last two weeks of May, I am continuing […]

Tuesday Tip | Use Sticker Paper

Tuesday Tip | Use Sticker Paper

An easy way to get printables ready to use, especially in notebooks and bullet journals, is to print them on sticker paper. You’re basically making your own stickers! Plus, since sticker paper is a lighter weight than cardstock, it won’t bulk up your notebook too […]

Tranquility

Tranquility

I love candles, and have them all over the house, but I rarely use them for some reason. I was recently thinking about what I can do to make my morning routine more meaningful, and it hit me that lighting a candle while I write […]

Flip it Baby!

Flip it Baby!

My crafty notebook pages so far this year   What are you writing in your creative notebook?

How It Started – How It’s Going

How It Started – How It’s Going

I stick to a very simple bullet journal routine, basically I still use the original system as outlined by Ryder Carroll. Last year during the height of the pandemic, and being locked down, I switched to a weekly layout (that is, when I started back […]

Plan the Work, Work the Plan

Plan the Work, Work the Plan

Today I took a look at my project list for the month and freaked a little. I have a bit of backlog from January, because I was slow to get going last month, so February is chock full. I usually don’t do a separate planning […]

Track All the Things!

Track All the Things!

Since the start of my bullet journal journey I have been notoriously bad at keeping up with trackers. After trying them every month for a while, and failing miserably, I just stopped using them. But now that I am almost six years into bullet journaling, […]

Two Quick Hacks to Stop Struggling With Printed Patterns

Two Quick Hacks to Stop Struggling With Printed Patterns

When I first really got into doing a lot of crafting, I would print out my patterns or tutorials to work on. Not only was I using way too much paper, I found them annoying to manage. Especially knitting and crochet patterns, because if I […]

Get Clear and Set Goals

Get Clear and Set Goals

Similar to the rest of my life I like to set goals for my crafting every year. I have found that it really helps me to stay on track making the things I really want to make, and not get too distracted by shiny objects. […]

DIY Gifts for Men Part 2

DIY Gifts for Men Part 2

A few years ago I did a series of posts on DIY gifts for different people. The one for men has stayed the most popular. And I get it. because every year I struggle to find ideas for the men in my family. Now that […]