I am loving being back into bullet journalling and getting creative with the different designs. I love the start of a new month, especially when its the start of Autumn. I love Autumn, as I love reasons to wear cosy jumpers and chunky scarves. The fresh crisp days makes me happy.
Definitely in the last year I have heard so much about Crayola SuperTips to rival the other pens on the market for brush and calligraphy lettering. I have seen so many youtube videos about using these pens in bullet journal spreads.
Bullet journalling for me is not only about being organised but it is another creative outlet for me to experiment with lettering, colour and washi tape. There is so many different designs and so many creative possibilities to fill those blank pages. It makes me happy. If I feel stressed or anxious I get my bullet journal and do something creative. I am going to share 5 other reasons why I love to bullet journal and how it benefits me.
When you search online about bullet journalling there is so many do’s and don’ts, photos of weekly spreads and so much information. It can be so overwhelming especially if you are new and are wanting to learn how you can start.
Bullet Journals can be so versatile and you can use them to track all sorts of projects. I like to use my bullet journal for blogging as well as personal day-to-day tasks and include weekly spreads.
By using my bullet journal I am able to track all my blog progress and social media engagement all in one place. I can also reflect on the previous month and see what social media platforms are working well and where I need to spend more time.
I am so excited to be sharing this post because it means I am back to bullet journalling. If you didn’t already know I had been bullet journalling for 2 years and then I came across the Happy Planner (which I wrote about here). I have trialled the planner for several months and at first it worked well, but I began to struggle.
Sometimes I have empty pages in my bullet journal and there is no such thing as a wasted page in a bullet journal. Have you got empty pages and no ideas on how you can fill them? If so, this post is for you. I am going to share 5 creative ways you can fill your empty bullet journal pages.