Creative Ways to Fill Your Empty Journals || Journaling

Graphomania: an obsession with writing (Collins Dictionary). That undeniable urge to grab your journal and pen, and begin writing whatever comes to mind. Poetry, travel logs, feelings and thoughts, daily tasks, checklists, stories — the never-ending list of possible writing prompts. Does this feel at all relatable? Ever since I can remember, I’ve been a […]

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Bullet Journal May 2020 || Plan with Me

Hello beautiful people! Look what’s back … bullet journal posts! I know a few people REALLY get excited about these, so I’m sorry I haven’t posted one in FOREVER! To be honest, I JUST wasn’t feeling creative or inspired enough. Life kind of got in the way, to the point I wasn’t even blogging or […]

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Bullet Journal February 2020 || Plan with Me

Hello beautiful people! So … another delayed post … I’m so sorry, people! Honestly, January was a crazy month — and without getting too much into my personal life, I kind of needed a mini break from reading and blogging and all those other things. With stress and French training and fitting in fitness and […]

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Bullet Journal January 2020 || Plan with Me

Hello beautiful people! Yesterday, I finally posted my New Year 2020 Bullet Journal spread — as explained in the post, I didn’t get this journal until about a week ago … which is why it’s so delayed.

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Bullet Journal August 2019 || Plan With Me

Hello beautiful people! Last month, Alex @ Whimsy Pages suggested I do a Harry Potter themed spread in honour of the N.E.W.T.’s reading challenge we are both participating in. This is hosted by the BookTuber Book Roast … and it’s flippin’ amazing! To view her video on the challenge, click here. To view my N.E.W.T. […]

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Bullet Journal June 2019 || Plan With Me

Hello beautiful people! Okay … technically it’s still May so I’m not late. I don’t know … I just had little desire to do this. I actually loved doing it all until the weekly layouts … I think I’m going to go back to making them more minimal (less rulers and lines required) since I […]

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