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.
I’m always writing about how much I love the flexibility of bullet journaling. In particular, I love it’s ability to become anything I need it to: diary, planner, notebook, sketchbook etc. However, a bullet journal doesn’t have to be used for everything. I have experimented with the bullet journaling system for over a year, using different methods of planning, tracking and logging. Now I have a customised system that works incredibly well for me, and there are just three tasks that I don’t use bullet journaling for.
Why should Erin Condren fans have all the fun? Try these large printable planner stickers if you use a large Kikki K planner or A5 Filofax. Use the large printable box style stickers to decorate your planner pages and organise lists and diary entries. Join my free Planner Lovers Resource Library and download the stickers.
Planner addicts will love this set of free printable planner inserts with a bonus sheet of printable planner stickers. Inserts fit perfectly into large planners, but even without a planner the inserts can be used as loose sheets. Decorate your planner inserts, pages, or even gift wrapping, with the bonus sheet of stickers.