I discovered the world of the Bullet Journal in September 2016. I bought my first notebook from Moleskine on the 5/09/16 (I remember the date because I bought it at the station while waiting for my train to Disneyland). I started it in October. It's a little notebook so not the best to start but I liked it. I noticed it all my life. But I didn’t finish it because I got tired of it in February 2017. . I decided to go back to a planner because I always wanted one. So I transposed the BuJo in a planner and I liked it especially to add pages, redo them ... but as usual I got tired because I became too perfectionist while it is not the goal of BuJo. It must be spontaneous and creative! . So I recycled a notebook from Hema in July 2017 and I rediscovered the pleasure of doing a BuJo! This is probably one of my favorite books! I finished the notebook in December. . For the new year, I used the notebook provided with the book written by Émilie (@bulledop). I liked but no more. Something was missing but I could not put my finger on it. I failed several times to give up that but I held. . I realized that it was the notebook that did not suit me. For my 5th support, I took a notebook from Rhodia that I started in June 2018. I burst like a kid to fill it: drawings, stickers, photos ... I found new presentations for weekdays. At the end of the year, I realized that I was using BuJo badly by looking at all the wonderful accounts on Instagram. My weeks were practically empty .... I did not have a life that needed to be detailed every day! From November 2018, I made the decision not to do any weekly planner. The monthly view was ample for me. And today, it's still the case. . Since April 2019, I attacked my 6th BuJo and I am delighted! I took a Rhodia "Goal Book" and it is perfect! I don’t get enough ! And he allows me to get back to drawing! _____ #bujoinspiration#bujoaddicts#organisation#bulletjournal#bujo#planner
“She does not know what the future holds, but she is grateful for slow and steady growth.” • • • Predictability is my comfort zone. I like feeling like I know what’s down the road and having a plan, whether it’s for the next day or an idea of what my life will look like a couple years from now. Right now, for the first time in a while, the future feels uncertain for me. It’s uncomfortable. It’s scary. And I’d be lying if I said I’m able to fully embrace the possibilities of this new unknown. But what I’m trying to do to combat that scary feeling is to be as present as I possibly can, to be intentional about what I do with each day, and to express gratitude for the things I have, right here, right now. So although things feel upside right now, I know that whatever the future will bring, I will experience growth and positive change, and that helps it to all feel a little more okay. ❥❥❥
Hier zijn nog wat voorbeelden van mijn bullet journal, die ik gisteren op mijn blog zette. Ook hier heb ik mijn bullet journal tool gebruikt voor de indeling van de pagina's. Vandaag komt die tool binnen. En morgen gebruik ik die tool ook tijdens mijn demonstratie met nieuwe materialen. Die demonstratie is van 10.00 tot 14.00 uur.
It’s the last week of August for this bujo spread. Fall 🍁 is just around the corner and I’m horrified that summer will be over and school will start soon. 😭 I went back to the space theme that I had started before doing a few weeks of citrus. Sometimes I start a month with a theme but think it’s cool to change it up based on how I’m feeling that week. Found inspiration from @plantheunexpected but they don’t know the author either.🤷🏼♀️ #bujo#bujospacetheme#spacebujospread#bujoweeklyspread#bujoaugust2019#bujoinspiration#bujoplanets#weeklybujo