Coryl Reef

writer, artist, and freelance editor // blogging about words, life, and all the rest


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What I Learned From 2 Years of Bullet Journalling

I’ve been using a bullet journal for 2 years and I’ve learned a lot! I made four observations since February 2016, and I have some tips for starting a bullet journal of your own. Continue Reading What I Learned From 2 Years of Bullet Journalling

April Bullet Journal Spreads

Even though I’m an artist, April was the first time I added art to my monthly bullet journal layouts! I normally stick to washi tape and marker accents. I added doodles to my monthly bullet journal spreads in the form of flower collage. // Photo Count: 9 Continue Reading April Bullet Journal Spreads

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Writing Transformation From Lit Mags

In an effort to beat a reading slump and improve writing craft, I turned to literary magazines featuring poetry, short stories, and essays. I read two years of publications from one journal and my writing transformed. Continue Reading Writing Transformation From Lit Mags

Improve Wring Craft From Lit Mags

March Bullet Journal Spreads

Interested in seeing how I design my bullet journal? Here is a sample viewing of my spreads for March! // Photo Count: 5 Continue Reading March Bullet Journal Spreads

Bullet Journal Mental Health Tracking

For September, I made in-depth spreads to help track my mental health and wellbeing. They go beyond a checklist to take my meds. // Word Count: 440 // Photo Count: 3 Continue Reading Bullet Journal Mental Health Tracking

April 2017 Monthly Bullet Journal Spread

After what happened at the end of March in my bullet journal, I decided to completely change how I approached April. // Word Count: 117 Continue Reading April 2017 Monthly Bullet Journal Spread

Therapy Diary: Mindfulness

This post overviews a few of the ways I’ve practised mindfulness in response to my PTSD. // Word Count: 500 Continue Reading Therapy Diary: Mindfulness

Blue and white paint splattered and dripping down a black wall.

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