I love minimalist Bullet Journal Spreads. They are so easy to recreate and nice to look at. I consider myself a 'bullet journal minimalist' as I like to Keep things simple and functional in my BuJo. I also honestly believe they are the easiest type of spreads to make for newbies. Instead of getting overwhelmed by
The Monthly Log, as Ryder presents it, is where you can map out specific events as well as write down the things you’d like to do over the course of the month. Additionally, the Monthly Log also serves as a way to log notable snippets that happened. This way you can get a bird’s eye view of what happened during the month. Over time, Bullet Journalists have modified the Monthly Log to make it work for them. This has led to a medley of variations. Here is a curated selection of...
Want more freedom than your typical pre-printed homeschool planner allows? These ideas will help you create your own customized homeschool Bullet Journal. Log your lessons, track attendance and assignments and generally organize all your homeschool activities all in one Bullet Journal. #mashaplans #bulletjournal #bujoforschool #homeschool
The struggle is real! Something happens to you once you hit 35, all of a sudden that shit you ate doesn't just disappear down the toilet eventually. It takes a detour and decides to hang out around your hips and thighs. And the worst thing is with every year you grow older, the harder it is