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Self Care: Organizing your Hobbies in a Bullet Journal

Once you have decided what you want to engage in for hobbies and leisure activities as part of your self-care routine, you will need a way to keep your activities organized. I like to use my Bullet Journal, as it allows me to keep track of everything all in one place. At the start of… Continue reading Self Care: Organizing your Hobbies in a Bullet Journal

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Garden Planning in a Journal, Bullet or Otherwise

The best kept gardening secret has nothing to do with soil temperature or crop rotation schedules. It’s not how to keep aphids off your cherry tree, or how to prevent blossom end rot on squash plants. While these are all great things to know, the best tip I can share with you is to keep… Continue reading Garden Planning in a Journal, Bullet or Otherwise

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Weekly Cleaning: Organizing Your Schedule and Planning in Your Bullet Journal

Once you have created a weekly cleaning schedule, you might need some help getting it implemented into your daily life. Keep in mind that there is an adjustment period to starting anything new, and routines especially take time before they become, well, routine. As I mentioned in my last post, I utilize several methods to… Continue reading Weekly Cleaning: Organizing Your Schedule and Planning in Your Bullet Journal

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Spring Cleaning: Organizing Your Schedule

Once I have my list of rooms printed, and an end date in mind, I begin to create my schedule. I have done this in two ways: the first was to print blank monthly calendar pages from the Internet, and assign rooms to each week. The other was to list out the rooms, and then… Continue reading Spring Cleaning: Organizing Your Schedule

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Monthly Meal Planning in a Bullet Journal

My monthly meal planning process has several components. As I have evolved my system over the past several years, the amount of time it takes to complete this task each month has diminished. Some months, I work my system well, adding recipes I want to try, or old favorites I’m craving to my ongoing list.… Continue reading Monthly Meal Planning in a Bullet Journal

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Bullet Journaling: Sources of Inspiration

Today, I’m wrapping up my series on Bullet Journaling with a look at where I pull my inspiration from. If you are just joining in, you can find my post about how I use Bullet Journaling here, and my favorite supplies here. Getting started with Bullet Journaling can feel a little overwhelming, and it’s important… Continue reading Bullet Journaling: Sources of Inspiration

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Bullet Journaling: How I Keep My Life Organized

My life turned upside down in the fall of 2014. After ten years of working at the same school which was walking distance from my house, the district moved me to a different school in the next town over. In addition to having to adjust to a whole new schedule, I started attending SNHU as… Continue reading Bullet Journaling: How I Keep My Life Organized

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Organize Those Goals and Create Actionable Steps

Once you have a rough idea of what your long-term and short-term goals look like, what’s the next step? Keep in mind that goals aren’t a means to an end; goal setting is an ongoing activity that can happen at any time. I frequently review my goals and determine if I need to add or… Continue reading Organize Those Goals and Create Actionable Steps