Idea 002 of Kim's 100 Days Of Bullet Journal Ideas Project!Read More
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. Enjoy!Read More
A list of minimalist Bullet Journalists to check out on Instagram. Compiled with Bullet Journal newbies in mind so they could see a simple approach to the Bullet Journal without the overwhelm that may come when they see all of the Bullet Journal inspiration out there.Read More
Today I have a special treat for you. A one page reference guide to the amazing Bullet Journal system invented by Ryder Carroll. This will be a handy way to share with others to have a resource while you're explaining the system to them.Read More
A false sense of accomplishment is when we spend a good chunk of time planning and then feel 'accomplished' because of the effort that it took to plan. We think that we've been productive when in reality we've only put a plan together.Read More
Over time I've seen many new Bullet Journalists fly into a series of stages when it comes to finding their footing with the Bullet Journal. Sometimes all the stages are taken, sometimes they dive into one and jump around, some skip some of the stages altogether. It is really pretty fascinating seeing these occur, so I thought it'd be fun to share my observations with you.Read More
I like to call these little cards Signifier Magnifiers because they illuminate the signifiers that are located within the pages to make it easier to scan what's inside the pages.
The idea is that it helps magnify certain things that you added to your pages because sometimes when you look at the page as a whole the information can get lost, but with this Signifier Magnifier you'll be easily able to find what you're looking for.Read More
Welcome to a new month of the year! How are you feeling about it so far?
Every month I make a goal to pare down my Bullet Journal and keep it pretty minimalist, and somehow I end up adding a bunch of collections at the beginning, especially if I'm starting a brand new notebook.Read More