When things are chaotic, having your plans written down–like in a weekly spread in a Bullet Journal–can really help. Here are samples to inspire you.
Does the whole idea of washi tape feel overwhelming? Do you even know what washi tape is? These ideas from Bullet Journal enthusiasts offer big visual impact with very little effort!
Looking for a journal app? We put the work in for you. Here is a quick, scannable guide to journal apps, sorted by your personal journaling style, with highlights on the features, to make it easy to find one to test drive.
While a Bullet Journal isn’t a silver-bullet-miracle-cure for the life of a working mom, it can really, really help.
Faith journals are a place for faith, hope, and love to take up tangible space. A reminder of what is the most encouraging and real.
A deep dive on art journal techniques, art journal supplies, who to follow on Instagram, and links to tutorials and resources.
If you’ve ever wanted to try sketchnotes, here are 8 truly easy things you can do while taking notes to get you started. Zero artistic ability needed.
Learn how to journal. Here are 28 methods and hundreds of resources to find the one that is right for you.
Want to be more consistent with your habits? Your bullet journal habit tracker can help you.
Want to be able to include handlettering in your journal? These 12 examples are easy to do and don’t require an art degree to pull off!
How do you get from blank paper to something that is artistic and functional?
Does the idea of creating a vision board sound silly? What if it wasn’t about cutting out a photo of a yacht from a magazine?
Have you ever begun a journaling practice only to stop a few days later? What if the reason you stopped is that you just didn’t have the right type of practice for where your life was at in that moment?
You don’t have to be able to draw to add visuals to your journal. And here is how to do it.