Summer has started! Even though I am definitely an autumnal person, summer also has its benefits for me. The lack of school, schedules, and responsibilities definitely give me a much-needed mental cleanse. The only problem is that with this absence of schedules there is a big chance I will spend the next 6 weeks doing absolutely nothing… Which brings me to the topic I want to talk about today.
It’s been a while since I’ve written something for you guys. Life has been hectic the last couple of weeks, which is partly why I decided to make an effort to use my bullet journal again. I usually plan quite sporadically, but I’ve noticed how much more stressed I feel when I don’t do it. So I thought while I’m at it, why not film an April plan with me for you guys? I hope you enjoy 🙂
I wanna start a new series of sorts in which I tell you about the past month. Books I’ve read, music I listened to, places I visited and anything else I feel like sharing. This month I will share the books I read and my thoughts on them. And my favourite bullet journal pages of the month. So let’s start by discussing the reading I did in February 🙂
Is every surface of your room filled with empty journals? Do cute notebooks in the store call your name but you hesitantly put them back because you still have dozens at home? Then this is the perfect post for you! I will show you 5 ways to fill your empty notebooks so you can buy new ones without feeling as quilty 😉 Also, I will give you a quick look into some of my journals to (hopefully) inspire you.
Have you started a bullet journal (or are you planning on doing so) but are you not sure how to make it look pretty without spending a fortune on supplies? Then this is the post for you! Cause I will be sharing with you, my top 5 ways to spice up your bullet journal.
Halloween has come and gone. I can hear Michael Bublé warming up is vocal chords in the background and I pretend that the Christmas lights haven’t been up all year round as I turn into full-festive-mode. Oh yes, I am that person. I have been counting down the days till Christmas since December 27th of last year and the only reason I made it through summer alive was the thought of an autumn rainstorm.