Hi planner friends! In 10 days Hack Your Journal comes out! I contributed a few spreads to this book, and it's a pretty great resource if you want to delve into making your journal work for you. I'm in a book, you guys! 😀 I'll have a link in my stories if you want to preorder! - @sterlingbooks #sterlingpublishing @lark_crafts #larkcrafts
Three years of June! If you've been bullet journaling for a while, it can be amazing to compare where you were this time last year (or the year year before!). How long have you been journaling? Do you have a journal for each year? More? Less?
Using this smaller weekly again this week. It's nice to work within a space that doesn't feel overwhelming for what's on my plate right now (i.e. not a whole lot). When things pick up again, I'll switch to a layout with more space. I feel like I would have done layout switches like this back when I was in school when summer break started (had I journaled like this then).
This is a page out of my practice journal. It's one of the layouts I came up with trying to put a whole week on one page. While the more compact version I posted last week works well for me in terms of space, I wanted to have an option that uses up the full page and has a little more room for tasks each day. Which version do you like better?
A closer look at my weekly layout. Not a lot to keep track of this week? Go smaller, but every bit as pretty!
I haven't had a lot to plan and do since my wedding, which has made it pretty difficult to use my bullet journal. Using the same old layouts looked so empty and sad with nothing to put in them. So I pulled out my practice journal and got to work on a spread that would use one page for a whole week. This week I'm trying it out. Liking it so far 👍
June has been so pretty, with all the flowers blooming and the sunshine. Every time I put a spread like this together I get so excited to use all the things and make it epic, but i never know how to make everything work together. My mind say maximalism but my heart says minimalism. Simple always wins out in the end.