A daily journaling practice in your bullet journal is a wonderful way to clear the mind and record the events of the day. Through journaling, you’ll gain clarity and valuable insights that will help you process thoughts and emotions. I’m sharing my tips for getting started with a personal journaling practice. Plus, I have designed a floral journaling template that you can download for free from the Planner Lovers Resource Library.
I’m so excited to let you know that I have just released the April exclusive planner kit on Patreon! This is the fifth collection of bullet journaling and planner printables that I have designed for members of my Patreon community. Every month I have so much fun working with my community to come up with a range of printables that are practical and inspiring! If you haven’t joined yet, you can choose a reward tier here and unlock all of the printables released so far.
My March exclusive planner kit has just been released on Patreon! The new kit for March contains printable goodies for bullet journaling and planning including a Mood Tracker, bullet journal Index, hand-drawn mandala and more.
When I first started bullet journaling I wasn’t exactly sure how to use a Future Log. I would set up my six-month spread and then forget all about it! Now my Future Log is one of my most used bullet journal spreads, and I have expanded it to include a ‘Someday Log’. I’m sharing how I use both my Future Log and Someday Log to plan ahead and be better organised. Plus there are two printable bullet journal Future Log templates for you to try in my free Planner Lovers Resource Library.
When we spend time doing activities we love we feel calmer, happier and more content. Too often though we set aside our hobbies and passions, choosing instead to work long hours, binge on Netflix, or take part in activities we don’t enjoy. It’s so important we make time for the things we really love. Every weekend I use my bullet journal Weekend Log to explore and prioritise my passion projects, starting with my ‘Passion Wheel’. I’m sharing a printable version of my bullet journal Weekend Log, plus tips to create your own Passion Wheel to inspire you to do more of what you love.