Nature is one of my all-time favourite bullet journal themes! With so much inspiration all around us, and plenty of ideas on Pinterest, nature is a great theme to incorporate into your bullet journal layouts. I recently used nature as my inspiration when designing a cover page, calendar, monthly log, habit trackers and weekly spreads for my bullet journal. In this article I’m sharing how I created the pages for my nature theme bullet journal monthly set up. Plus, you can download a printable page of nature theme doodles and ideas from my free Planner Lovers Resource Library.
If you loved the 24 page printable Self-Care Journal, then I have a treat for you! I’ve designed a free printable Gratitude Tracker that coordinates beautifully with the Self-care Journal. Gratitude is one of my favourite self-care practices. I’m sharing some tips to help you make gratitude part of a daily journaling routine.
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.
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Keeping a list of daily drawing prompts inside your bullet journal is the easiest way to make daily drawing a habit. However, sourcing new prompts every month is time consuming and sometimes takes away from the fun of drawing. I’ve been drawing and doodling in my bullet journal for several years and I’ve come up with a simple list of prompts to keep me drawing consistently all year, without the fuss. In this post I’m sharing my free printable list of 31 Daily Drawing Prompts, that will provide inspiration for an entire year of drawing in your journal.
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!