Since moving into our 14' travel trailer, my main concern has been Organization.
\nIt has been a full-time job: finding everything a place and tossing things that don't have one, making decisions to let get of useless stuff and figuring out how to Live and Create in such a tiny space!
\nIt was beginning to feel a bit overwhelming... So, I turned to pintrest for some inspiration. Low and behold, I discovered a fun & creative way to Get Organized!
\nA Bullet Journal ( or a "BuJo" for short) is a Do-It-Yourself planner that allows the journaler to be as intricate or minimal as they prefer.
\nIt is completely customizable!
\nYou can have special pages dedicated to your spending habits, moods, water intake, exercise, books to read, etc. The options are endless.
\nBeginning with a blank notebook can be intimidating at first, but, in my experience, filling in the pages has been rewarding! It has promoted productivity and increased accountability.
\nBuJo can also shed light on blindspots- areas of your life that you haven't been paying enough attention to can have special pages dedicated to foster personal growth.
\nTo be honest, I am new at this and still diligently filling in my pages daily.
\nTracking, planning, organizing.
\nI will share some of my layouts in future posts- once I can find my markers! 😉
\nI have started a board on pintrest related to all things BuJo, from page spreads to font tips, list ideas, and more. Please feel free to check it out.
\nAnd, if you Bullet Journal and have page spreads that have helped or inspired you, please feel free to share!
\nI would love to see.
An Artist & Adventurer