When shifts in schedule are inevitable, and what is required from you day-to-day keeps changing, a Bullet Journal can really help.
Motivation and Inspiration
Bullet Journals are a tool. And one that’s in pristine condition is one that hasn’t been used in real life.
While a Bullet Journal isn’t a silver-bullet-miracle-cure for the life of a working mom, it can really, really help.
If you’ve used the phrase “mom brain” in the past month, here’s some good news: starting a journaling practice can really, really help. Here are 5 ways a journal can help you survive.
Have you ever struggled with feeling like a hamster on a wheel? What if the key to getting off is as simple as a notebook and some crayons?
How do you get from blank paper to something that is artistic and functional?
Ever abandon a journal because you just didn’t have time? What if that wasn’t your fault!
Ever feel guilty about the amount of money you spend on journaling supplies? What if you shouldn’t?
Ever sit down to do something and suddenly your mind is off on a trail like a dog after a bunny?
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