Many have called Ryder Carroll's bullet journal system life changing. He describes it as "The analog system for the digital age". Mine is a diary and a place to brain dump and keep all my lists (yup, I'm a list person) - essentially it frees up my mind to concentrate on the job in hand or [...]
After I had my second child and things got busier, I noticed that the house was less than spotless even though I felt I was doing plenty of housework. I realised I was just doing the 'easy' tasks or spending most of that time tidying toys. So I needed a way to record when was the last time I did the main chores. Not a plan, more of a pat on the back for winning at chores on top of the rest of life. Bullet journals are ideal for this but a pen and paper or Excel sheet will do.
The new weekly layouts I'm sharing with you are really helping me to see what needs to be done and what I've already done - it's been great for productivity. Stationery alert - I've got new brush pens too!
Do you BUJO? I started one in September because I'm the kind of person who has trouble turning their brain off and I love lists and stationery. I've decided to start a separate journal for blog planning and view tracking - feel free to pinch my ideas (and stationery)!
Hello dear reader! Welcome to my blog - it's new you know! This is my first ever blog post but I hope there will be many more. I'm looking forward to chatting with you about crochet and sewing and journaling and decorating and my quest to find a stunning but easy to make Birthday cake!