Hey y’all! As my finals started today, and I wouldn’t have time to setup and show you my spreads, I decided to do them ahead of time. (Currently typing up this post a couple days in advance) My notebook ran out of pages by June so I FINALLY got to set up this GORGEOUS notebook… Continue reading July Bullet Journal setup
Hey everyone! I’m not doing an April bullet journal flip through because there’s hardly anything down for that month. May doesn’t have as much as normal either, but there is some, and I really want to share my monthly spreads. So let’s go. I tried a different type of monthly calendar spread this time, and… Continue reading May bullet journal flip through
I am obsessed with bullet journaling. I started it at the beginning of the year and Iridescence and I thought we would share some tips on how you can start too with you.
Hey y’all! February felt so short??! Like, I did not sign up for this mirage?! WHERE DID THE 28 DAYS GO. I FEEL SO UNPRODUCTIVE. Ahem. Anyway. I did try to make my bullet journal pretty. Which I kinda ruined in the end. Oh well. If you’re wondering, I’m using a Doodle notebook (which I… Continue reading My February bullet journal
Hey y’all! As promised, here is my January bullet journal flip through. This year, I shifted over to a new notebook which I reviewed here, if you want to know more about it.
If you are new to bullet journalling, I recommend watching this video…
It’s been so very long since I did a bullet journal post, especially one that shows my bullet journal spreads. I think I stopped when I did all my blog planning in advance and just let this slide. Anyway, since I’m changing the way I’m bullet journalling this month with the start of 2017 and all that, I thought it would be good to show how I used to bullet journal. And I promise I’ll show my Jan spread next month.
Hey everyone! A while back, I bought a notebook to use as my next bullet journal, but I realised when it was delivered that it didn’t come with page markers i.e. the thread you use in diaries to mark which page you’re in. Since I use it a lot to keep up with my bullet… Continue reading How to make your own page markers
Iridescence, we all have busy lives. Be grateful we take the time to read your blabber. Yes yes, I know. And I’m grateful. Whether you bullet journal or not, if you have any idea about it or have seen the amazing pictures online, you’d understand that maintaining such beautiful spreads takes time and effort. Bullet journaling… Continue reading Bullet Journalling tips for busy lifers
I did posts on advantages and disadvantages of being a planner but one thing I did not mention was how much time planning takes. Sure, planning makes life easier but you have to spend a certain amount of time on it everyday. It does not get done by itself. How my time is managed: I spend… Continue reading Planning takes time too
In the Bullet Journal (henceforth referred as BuJo) world, these terms are thrown around a lot, especially regarding notebooks and pens. If you’re a newbie, you must be wondering what these mean. This is a short post explaining the two. Ghosting In the above picture, can you see the trace of ink which… Continue reading What is “ghosting and “bleeding”?
Last month, I did a sort-of traditional flip through (see it here) but this month, I’m shaking it up a bit. Here’s how this post will be going: main monthly pages my weeklies and how I tried different layouts a few of my favourite daily spreads (which are not already in the weekly picture shots)… Continue reading My July Bullet Journal
Hey everyone! First things first, I know I promised a video but I tried filming so many times and when I finally spent hours on waiting it to upload, it’s quality SUCKED. So I decided I’ll just upload pictures on here which is much easier. You’ll also be spared from listening to me stammer. This… Continue reading June bullet journal flip through
Hey everyone! You might or might not know what bullet journalling is. Before I start off with posts about MY bullet journal, I would like to just make sure all of you are introduced to the system. This system was made by Ryder Carroll to keep track of things in our lives and also to… Continue reading Bullet Journalling: Intro
Hello everybody! Here’s to the start of a hopefully new category of posts 🙂 Well, basically this new category will have bullet journalling and lettering. This post, though, will be just a collection of all the lettering (I hope it can be called that) I’ve done. The following pictures are small stuff that I… Continue reading Lettering fun and drawing mandalas