I was thrilled when I recently received a copy of Creatively Productive, a new book by author and TechChef4u educator, Lisa Johnson. In Creatively Productive, Lisa shares tons of valuable information about notetaking, organisation and learning, to help you succeed in school and life! As a book lover and notebook addict, one of the techniques that stood out to me was the reader’s notebook. Keeping a reader’s notebook has completely changed the way I engage with and learn from books. In this article, I share how I keep all of my notes, quotes, and inspiration from reading, organised in one place!
I recently launched a bullet journal eBook, 21 Days To A More Creative And Purposeful Bullet Journal. If you’ve been struggling to start a bullet journal, stay up to date with your planning, reach your goals, or find inspiration, this bullet journal eBook is for you!
My daughter recently celebrated her eleventh birthday with a unicorn themed sleepover party. To keep the children busy, I designed a printable unicorn journal for each of them to fill in over the course of the party. I bundled the printed journal pages with a few other stationery goodies and we called it a ‘DIY-Diary Kit’. The kids were thrilled with the kit and had a lot of fun customising their journal pages. In this post, I share where to download the printable unicorn journal for free and how to make one of your own!
A few months ago I made a decision to reduce my work hours and use the time to really focus on my health and wellbeing. Being a planner addict, of course, this was the perfect opportunity to create a Health and Wellness Journal! So, I customised a ring-bound planner with everything I needed to track my diet, sleep, moods, energy, habits and more. In this article, I share how I set up my wellness journal, along with some printable templates to help you create your wellness journal too.
When I started bullet journaling, a few years ago, I honestly didn’t think I’d ever go back to using a traditional pre-designed planner! I love the freedom of the blank notebook and the simplicity and speed of daily logging. But, I’ve found myself craving a little more structure and a faster, more practical way to plan for the future. So, after researching traditional planners I’ve decided to spend a few months experimenting with a Classic Happy Planner. What I’ve discovered is that it’s possible to use a Happy Planner to be a more creative and productive bullet journaler. I’m sharing how I created my ‘Happy Planner Bullet Journal’ and the methods I’m using for planning and journaling.