Jane's Agenda - Review

Jane's Agenda - Review

I was lucky enough to be contacted by Jane from Jane's Agenda to review one of their notebooks, and of course I said yes! As a bullet journalist I'm always keen on checking out dotted grid notebooks and Jane's Agenda has been on my list for some time now. For the purposes of the review, and for you to have a better understanding of this notebook, I'll be comparing it to the Leuchtturm1917 that I've been using for a while now.

So, let's jump right in the review :)

Q & A - Your Questions Answered (part 2)

Q & A - Your Questions Answered (part 2)

This is the second part of the Q&A series, where I'll be answering all the questions you've send me from my Newsletter. You can find part 1 with all the questions from Instagram here.

So, again get comfortable and let's get started!

Q & A - Your Questions Answered (part 1)

Q & A - Your Questions Answered (part 1)

Two weeks ago I asked you in my Newsletter and on Instagram to ask me any question you wanted and today I’m going to answer every single one! I’d like to thank everyone who has send me their questions :) I really want to help you as much as I can. So, grab a cup of coffee (or tea, lemonade, hot cocoa… ) and get comfy ;)

Bullet Journal: My August Set Up

Bullet Journal:  My August Set Up

July has been an amazing month for me! I created the Handwriting Practice Guide, went on vacation and my mum came to visit from Greece! So, now that I'm relaxed, full of love and lots of good food (!) I'm ready to be more creative and more productive. So, August I'm ready for you! 😊

This is how I've set up my bullet journal for the month of August.

Instagram Challenge: #doodlewithusinaugust2017

Instagram Challenge: #doodlewithusinaugust2017

Once again I'm excited to announce our Instagram Challenge for the month of August! It's the #doodlewithusinaugust2017 Instagram Challenge created by me and Alexandra (from @alexandra_plans).

It's going to be 31 days of doodles that will hopefully get you to be creative and have fun! The theme of August's prompts is 'Summer Fruits'. This theme is perfect for this time of the year and I seriously can't wait to start drawing!

The Craft Planner Review

The Craft Planner Review

If you’ve been following me for a while, you’ll know that I’m always searching for ways to be more productive and efficient with setting up my goals and see them come to life. Finding simple ways that will help me with my time management and staying on schedule with the various projects. 

The problem that I always tend to have is that I start planning for a project and I’m very enthusiastic about it. Then I get confused with all the steps I need to take, when I need to take them and in the end I get flustered and frustrated because I feel completely lost and I’m out of schedule… Raise your hands if you’ve gone through the same scenario before…. Hopefully I’m not alone in this!

While I was on holiday, I was contacted to review the Craft Planner and after I quickly checked their website, I said yes straight away!

Vertical Dutch Door Ideas for your Bullet Journal

Vertical Dutch Door Ideas for your Bullet Journal

I’ve already talked about the dutch door system for your bullet journal in this blog post I wrote back in August last year. It’s one of my favourite ways to create weekly spreads, because it allows you to see multiple days/sections at a glance. 

For those that don’t know of the term, the ‘dutch door’ system is a way of creating a weekly spread in your bullet journal, where part of the page remains stationary and the other part is normal, and you can turn the pages as usual. This system can be applied horizontally or vertically. In today’s post, I’ll focus on the vertical option.

How to deal with Mistakes in your Bullet Journal #2

How to deal with Mistakes in your Bullet Journal #2

Since I started bullet journaling almost 2 years ago, I’ve made LOADS of mistakes! Don’t think that from all the amazing pictures you see on social media, that everyone else has the perfect bullet journal. No. Not even close! 

I have to say that in the beginning it was very hard for me to deal with my mistakes. Especially when you start something new, and you have a brand new journal that you want to make perfect, even the tiniest mistake and make you feel that you need to rip out the page completely. Which is always an option, but I prefer to find other ways to fix and cover up my mistakes.

I have another blog post on how to cover up your mistakes if you care to check it out here. And this is the #2 post I’ll dedicate on this subject. So, let’s dive in!