Bullet Journaling · Organized and Productive Living

Uncovering Good Goals for the New Year

Setting goals can be overwhelming. Short term goals, long term goals, goals for your personal life, goals for your professional life, all of it. It can be hard to know where to start and it can be hard to know what to focus on. One thing that can help you in your process is to… Continue reading Uncovering Good Goals for the New Year

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Organizing Fall Cleaning in Your Bullet Journal

Much like with my spring cleaning, I like to create a schedule for my fall cleaning. I start by creating a list of all the rooms in my house, written in no particular order. Once I have that list made, I have a look at my future planning layout, and pull all the items off… Continue reading Organizing Fall Cleaning in Your Bullet Journal

Bullet Journaling · Organized and Productive Living

Back to School: College- Staying Organized in a Bullet Journal

Getting to college can seem like a monumental feat; with the application process, the decision making process, the packing, and the moving in. Once you’ve set up your dorm and classes start it’s all smooth sailing from there on in, right? Well, maybe not. All throughout high school you had other people keeping you on… Continue reading Back to School: College- Staying Organized in a Bullet Journal

Bullet Journaling · Organized and Productive Living

Time Management: Developing a Morning Routine

Charles Spurgeon said, “Begin as you mean to go on, and go on as you began.” Having always been a morning person, I love this quote. I fully believe that your morning sets the tone for the rest of your day. If you get up and lounge about, checking social media and watching YouTube videos… Continue reading Time Management: Developing a Morning Routine

Bullet Journaling · Organized and Productive Living

The Mid-Year Review: Organizing it All in Your Bullet Journal

This week I’ve shared with you why it’s important to perform a mid-year review, and how to go about carrying one out. But what do you do with the information you’ve acquired once your review is complete? Some people tuck it away into a drawer, or a file, and forget about it. That’s not my… Continue reading The Mid-Year Review: Organizing it All in Your Bullet Journal

Bullet Journaling · Organized and Productive Living

Seasonal Decorating: Keeping Yourself Organized in a Bullet Journal

Have you ever decorated an area of your house and really liked how it came out? Then, told yourself that you’ll remember how you had it set  up the next time  you go to do it again. If you are anything like I am, that next time comes around, and you stare at your decorations… Continue reading Seasonal Decorating: Keeping Yourself Organized in a Bullet Journal

Bullet Journaling · Organized and Productive Living

The KonMari Method: Tracking Your Progress in a Bullet Journal

I wonder how Marie Kondo would feel about using a Bullet Journal. Would she see it as a useful tool, or just one more thing that wastes time and clutters up a living space? I find the Bullet Journal to be a useful tool and so of course I engaged it to help me as I… Continue reading The KonMari Method: Tracking Your Progress in a Bullet Journal

Bullet Journaling · Organized and Productive Living

Organizing a Capsule Wardrobe in a Bullet Journal

The real value in using your Bullet Journal to keep track of your capsule wardrobe comes when you have reached the end of a season. When I set up my summer capsule this past week, I made a note of each piece I chose in my Bullet Journal. I separated the pieces by the category name… Continue reading Organizing a Capsule Wardrobe in a Bullet Journal

Bullet Journaling · Self Care

The Happiness Dare: Incorporating Gratitude and Happiness Into Your Bullet Journal

One of the areas that has been a source of conflict in the twenty-three years I have known my husband is how we communicate with each other. Several years ago I read The 5 Love Languages by Gary Chapman,  which explained how we each give and receive love in different ways. I learned that is… Continue reading The Happiness Dare: Incorporating Gratitude and Happiness Into Your Bullet Journal