Here’s my bujo spread for april! i used mod podge to adhere the plant clippings to the page, and it turned out more glossy than i wanted, but i’m happy with the way it turned out!
I decided to procrastinate my online classes because one of them is just too much so I’m making the april spread on my bullet journal !!
Quarantine challenge day two: how are you taking your lessons?
I wont have online classwork for two more weeks so for now I’m teaching myself things I’ve always wanted to learn about. I’ve been using my grandmothers old biology textbook and wow this things pretty! I had some online classes that I was already taking so I’m just continuing those as normal.
Is it bees?
23/100 Days of Productivity
Today I took several long walks on top of my schoolwork. I love this bullet journal spread from last week!
April 2020 cherry blossom theme.
🌛Bujo Things to do in Quarantine🌜
- Organize your washi tape and stickers. Time to dive into that chaotic hoard. 🏷
- Review your old bullet journals. See how you have changed and grown over time. 📓
- Number all your pages. I typically number as I go, but this is a nice repetitive activity to do to destress while listening to something in the background.
- Practice your handwriting/calligraphy. Have fun looking up different fonts and practicing writing out the ones that catch your eye. I highly recommend checking out dafont.com for a wide variety of fonts. 🖌
- Add a “Please Contact if Lost” page with some contact information to the front of your bullet journal. This way if your bujo ever gets lost hopefully a kind stranger who finds it will be able to return it to you. 💌
- Add an emergency information page to the back of your bullet journal. I include emergency numbers, and the contact information of my emergency contacts. In case of emergency I just flip to the last page of my journal and find the relevant info. You could also include emergency medical information. 🏩
| 31.03.2020 |
yestarday i (re)watched rocketman and it was like watching for the first time again, so I made this page about elton
i’m happiest when i’m with you.
I want to get into journaling but also, I just don’t know what to right about? I mean , especially right now, nothing much happens in my day to day life and it would feel kind of silly? to me to write about that. Idk, if anyone has good advice/links to good advice i’d appreciate it
Thu March 26 7:51am
Had a great start to the morning with a great podcast and some overnight oats I made a couple days beforehand topped with granola and blueberries and strawberries! I recently signed up for a ancient Egyptians civilization course on EDX and I’m starting it today. Hopefully it’ll be good!
Below is a list of my favorite and most frequently used paper stationary. Included are pictures, names, approximate prices, and what I love about each product.
If you would like a link to any of the products or a similar notebook, dont hesitate to message me.
Campus notebooks - Size B5
Ten pack - $20
What I love : They’re slim and sleek and very portable. They have convenient places to write your subject, professor, and dates on the cover, as well as on the inside to date each page. There are also markings to use for Kanji without interrupting the pages.
Piccadilly dot grid notebook
What I love : every affordable while still being good quality. Leather cover and off white dotted and numbered pages make it ideal for a bujo. It also has a front page for a contents area, as well as an inner pocket and ribbon bookmark.
Markings leather journal
Approx - $15
What I love : Beautiful italian leather cover and soft pages. Theres an inner pocket and a ribbon bookmarker and its slim enough to be easily carried around.
Muji dot grid ring notebook
Approx - $3
What I love - Its super affordable, and I’m a lover of anything Muji. Its paper quality is fantastic, and I love the spacing inside. It has rounded corners and an elastic strap for easy transport.
Aprox - $2
What I love : The paper is light but not too thin, the notebook is slim and size B5 which is perfect to me. It’s also the cheapest sketchbook I’ve ever owned.
Thank you for reading this whole thing! Let me know if you’re interested in a pens / accessories post as well.
When 2020 started I made this little visual eye candy for myself in my bujo almost to have it serve as a mini vision board for myself. I’m so in love with girly color combinations, that kind of thing makes me happy. Clearly I wanted to travel more this year and be more of a free spirit but we’ll have to put these plans on hold. I think times like now help us take a step back and reevaluate what’s important to us, instead of being on autopilot most, if not all, the time. Stay safe and happy everyone.
2/100 Days of Productivity
~in the spirit of all things good~
My bujo is super boring rn but ya know that’s just how it is. I’m still having trouble focusing which is annoying bc I should be using this endless time to be advantage and be productive! Also, I got this calm spray which is really soothing and kinda helps me sit down and work.
books and dusty rose //
I really shouldn’t be reading when I have three exams in three days and a presentation due the same day as my physics midterm
// listening to: “we fell in love in october” by girl in red
I started a bulletjournal amd i would love to share it but my camera sucks and i dont have good backgrounds. How does eveyone make their bujo posts so aesthetic?
exploring new things out of boredom