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.
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
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.
Interested in seeing how I design my bullet journal? Here is a sample viewing of my spreads for March! // Photo Count: 5
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
After what happened at the end of March in my bullet journal, I decided to completely change how I approached April. // Word Count: 117
This post overviews a few of the ways I’ve practised mindfulness in response to my PTSD. // Word Count: 500
A quick list of prompts for prose, poetry, or journalling. 4 prompts for each form! // Word Count: 342
A dream-slash-nightmare journal. I think this also counts as creative writing. This entry features landscapes and strange creatures. // Word Count: 515