You'd like to use a bullet journal, but without going overboard. Maybe you don't like decorating, you don't want to spend that much money on it or you think you belong to the non-creatives. In this blog post I'll give you 9 examples of simple, yet useful spreads.Read more
Using a bullet journal can do a lot of good and yet there is a good number of people who have tried to use a bullet journal, but where it doesn't work. A bullet journal is a powerful tool for all kinds of disciplines unless it is used wisely.
For visual thinkers, an icon says more than 100 words. The productivity level board combines icons with activities you've done. It maps out what you have spent your time on. The opposite of a habit tracker where you keep track of what you have to do.
When you go online to check on Instagram etc. you come across all kinds of content that can be very overwhelming. That is not the essence of a bullet journal. It should be a little book that works effectively and efficiently for you. 3 don't tips for working with a bullet journal.
This is the first article of a two part series of "do's and don'ts for your bullet journal". These three are obviously not all do's, but are important enough to devote a blog to. The second post is about the 3 don'ts.
Grow into your household routines by keeping a tracker in your planner, bullet journal, phone or whatever. Use a system, in my case Flylady and Minsgame, to systematically run your household, it makes it organized and manageable. Even with a full-time job.
Part of happiness theory is gratitude. Not a grandiose wonder of the world, but small moments, events, feelings, etc. How many people think 'a gratitude page' or 'gratitude booklet' what a wishy washy? Or 'no time'. Quite a few I think and yet I am going to dedicate a blog article to it, because it has a positive effect on your life.
You've probably heard or noticed the term "bullet journal". And what on earth is migrating or a "future log"? So I went out to research and visited journaling blogs. There are a lot of trendy terms used in the journaling world that make it seem more difficult than it is.
Are you also a fan of the Tombows Dual Brush pen? I use them a lot and because I use them so much, the color code of the pen wears off and becomes unreadable. In this article I offer you a solution to keep the color codes readable.
A mood tracker is in Dutch a mood registration, but I find mood tracker more pleasant to read and write. In this article I'll look at how you start a mood tracker, what it's for and how you express a mood or feeling in words.