Setting Up August 2017

And just like that, July is over. But that means creating new pages and layouts! Yay! 😀 Every month I review, I design, and I draw out need layouts for whatever needs I have that month. August is a little less busy for me than the past couple months, so I'll be trying some new things. I've tweaked some of the old, added some brand new; click to read and I'll show you how-to! (I'm cheesy, I know.)

Craft Planner 2.0 Review

I was recently asked by Cobbery to review their new Craft Planner 2.0. As a fan of all things paper and stationary, and as a long time fan of KickStarter, I was more than excited to check out this planner! Once I looked through their site, I realized how unique and purposeful this journal really is.

Robert Loves Subscription Box Review

I was lucky enough to receive the December and January Robert Loves boxes from Robert Mason C0. and I am so excited to share it with you all! These boxes were sent to me for an honest review. General Box Info The boxes are a little pricey at $50 a month, however they are full [...]

New Year, New Journal

With the arrival of 2017, I felt it was time to crack open a brand new baby blue Leuchtturm 1917! If you're looking to start a fresh journal, or even start your first journal, this will take you step by step through my set up process.

The Grid Weekly

Feel like your weekly's are lacking? Want a way to track more information about your day? Check out the first weekly layout I designed here. I also show you what my actual first weekly spread looked like, and you can really see some improvement between now and then!

My Supplies

One thing I frequently get asked is what supplies I use. To see all of my supplies and what I like and dislike each thing, check out the "My Supplies" page.

October Set Up

October is here! Here I discuss my method of planning out October and how I came up with each page in my monthly set up.

Hey There!

Welcome to my blog all about bullet journalling! I hope you find some useful ideas and tips about how to bullet journal and how to really make it your own.