I’m always on the lookout for fun ways to simplify and improve my creative bullet journaling. I was thrilled when PoooliPrint offered to send me one of their gorgeous inkless pocket printers and thermal paper to try out! With the ability to instantly print photos, text and images from the pocket printer, my monthly reflection spread was the perfect project to test all the Poooli features. Here is how I created a bullet journal monthly reflection spread with the PoooliPrint Inkless Pocket Printer.
Journaling as a tool for self-care is a wonderful practice that can boost your health, happiness and wellbeing. Taking time to pause, reflect on your day or week, and write about your feelings, helps you process thoughts and emotions. Your mind will feel clearer and this can result in better sleep, improved moods and more energy. If you’re not sure where to begin with self-care journaling, my 24 page printable self-care journal provides everything you need to get started.
Do you often find yourself staring at a blank notebook, unsure where to begin in your bullet journal set up? I know the feeling, I’ve been there too! If you’re stuck, and don’t want to put pen to paper for fear of messing up, follow my tips for using printable templates. You’ll have your bullet journal set up in no time.
As you probably know, I’m a big fan of using printable pages and templates to simplify and speed up the bullet journaling process. To make it even easier, I’ve designed a structured 4-month Bullet Planner Notebook that is now available in several designs on Amazon.
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.