23 emotions people feel but can't explain. I loved this and had to write it down in my Bullet Journal! @tinyrayofsunshine

Mindful Moments: A Bullet Journal Inspiration Column No.1

The first edition of the Mindful Moments column. This ongoing column is dedicated to Bullet Journalists. My goal is to share ideas that may not be very well-known that I find absolutely lovely.

Found this list online and had to write it down: 23 emotions people feel but can't explain. A big thing I'm focusing on this year is improving my everyday handwriting so this is one of the ways I like to practice my handwriting. Zoom in to read Jouska is definitely true for me, though I'm noticing it more and making conscious efforts to recenter myself and get back to the present, it's been challenging but important to do because otherwise my thoughts kind of go into autopilot and I find…

Found this list online and had to write it down: 23 emotions people feel but can’t explain. Zoom in to read 😊 Jouska is definitely true for me, though I’m noticing it more and making conscious efforts.

Finishing up your bullet journal? Congratulations! Now it's time to start a new one. But making the big bullet journal switch can be daunting, but it's not as hard as you might think. This guide will walk you through the important collections and spreads that you need to take with you from one bullet journal to the next.

The Bullet Journal Switch - How to Migrate to Your Next Bullet Journal

Finishing up your bullet journal? Now it's time to start a new one. But making the big bullet journal switch can be daunting, but it's not as hard as you might think. This guide will

November, the month of autumn that turns into winter. It all reminds me of falling leaves, twigs, warm sweaters, the fireplace, a lot of cosiness and of course hot chocolate! It’s one of my favorite months of the year and I’m already looking forward to Christmas! Novembers theme was a little different. Most of the time I choose one theme and stick with it. This month I choose for the theme: Building. And with this I mean special and populair buildings in different cities of the world.

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November, the month of autumn that turns into winter. It all reminds me of falling leaves, twigs, warm sweaters, the fireplace, a lot of cosiness and of course hot chocolate! It’s one of my favorite months of the year and I’m already looking forward to Christmas! Novembers theme was a little different. Most of the time I choose one theme and stick with it. This month I choose for the theme: Building. And with this I mean special and populair buildings in different cities of the world.

135 Likes, 2 Comments - Bujo Manila (@bujomanila) on Instagram: “Has it been a month already? It seems just like yesterday that I was still prepping for your birth.…”

Has it been a month already? It seems just like yesterday that I was still prepping for your birth. It's been a month of sleepless nights and nappy changes, but I am super happy that you're here.

penandanotebook: “28.3.17 // I had a fairly standard day today except that i came home to find three chickens running around the garden so we had to take them back next door from where they’d escaped...

penandanotebook: // I had a fairly standard day today except that i came home to find three chickens running around the garden so we had to take them back next door from where they’d escaped.

I was telling Anna of that I'd had no intention of posting any more spreads today. But then I saw hers 😄 Beautiful weekly permission of .

Bullet Journal Habit Tracker June - Wundertastisch

My Bullet Journal SetUp For June

Bullet Journal Habit Tracker June - Wundertastisch Love the idea of the pattern to track the monthly checklists

Use the bullet journal to stay sane as a student - check out tips from Jady on the blog today!

Time-management and self-care skills are crucial skills for all students — and that’s especially true for graduate students -- Use the bullet journal to stay sane and top of all of your priorities!

Is writing your daily to-do list leaving you more overwhelmed than organised? There's a few techniques I use to make sure I write to-do lists that are on-purpose, focused and simple... 1. Complete a 'brain dump' to de-clutter your mind. Write down all those thoughts buzzing around in your head to reduce overwhelm and get focused. 2. Have a purpose for the day - check in with your values and ask yourself "for this day to be well-lived, what do I need to achieve?" 3. Top Three - add only your…

How To Write a Simpler To-Do List That Will Help You Achieve More

My current Bullet Journal daily log. Includes space for a daily brain dump, to-do's/notes, a mood/wellbeing tracker and daily drawings. Really loving this layout!

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