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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!
Keeping up to date with mood and habit tracking in the bullet journal can be a challenge. To simplify things, I’ve designed a tracker that combines both gratitude and mood tracking in one printable. You can download this printable bullet journal tracker for free from my Planner Lovers Resource Library!
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 when you subscribe to the Planner Lovers Resource Library.
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.