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  1. I am loving your Bullet Journal – its a lovely way to get creative without having to invest in all the trappings of a planner / agenda. I have wondered about starting one myself. I might watch a few YouTube videos too & have a think about it.

    • The Youtube videos are quite addictive. I tried a few bits out from it in a normal notebook before buying the fancy orange one. I am finding ti flexible which works for me, I think you’d like it!

  2. I really loved reading this post – I’m fascinated by Bullet Journals, and yours looks really lovely. The LBL page is a great idea, and I love the colourful bucket list page. You’ve made me want to make a start on a bullet journal right now!

    • I like seeing what everyone does with theirs too, that is the thing I’m loving most about it, how you can make it your own and pick what works for you. I’ve never stuck with planners but I think I’ll stick with this xx

  3. It looks like such s good idea and a brilliant way to get organised. I am so terrible at meal planning. It’s the one huge area I really need to improve at. I might take a look at starting one just for that!

  4. I loved reading this, I’ve seen lots of people writing about bullet journals and I have to be honest, I wasn’t really sure what they were. I love the idea of them but I’m rubbish at keeping up with writing in notebooks and I worry that it would end up abandoned after a few weeks. Yours looks lovely! xx

    • Thank you lovely. That is what put me off starting too, I never stick with planners or anything but this is a little easier to keep up with as it’s so flexible. I just do as much as time allows xx

  5. Love it…it looks great too. I honestly had never heard of it until I briefly saw some of your pins and then read this. I love it has everything and anything all in one place…hmmmm this could work for me! I might toddle off and do some research too haha x

    • Honestly Mary it is so flexible, I find ti really useful as I just pick it up when I need too. I actually enjoy writing in it as a therapeutic few minutes. People do so much with them, whatever you want to write down you can just put it in. xx

  6. Your bullet journal looks great! I love how practical it is and how it fits in with your lifestyle and routines. I don’t use daily pages that often, unless I have tonnes of stuff I need to get done – I prefer using a weekly spread at the moment. Your memories page is lovely and love the idea of a summer bucket list!

    Thanks for the mention too xx

    • I love that everyone uses it differently, that’s why it is so great to see what each person does and figure out what works for you. I knew I wouldn’t do both a weekly spread and dailies – at the moment the dailies work for me but I might try the weekly plan too xx

  7. Brilliant post, lovely. I love seeing what other people include in their bullet journal. I started one in April and used it religiously at first. But then I got distracted towards the end of my pregnancy. I am trying to get started again as I need to get organised with two kids. I adore all your spreads. Hugs Lucy xxxx

    • Thanks Lucy! I think the beauty of it is even if it gets put to one side for a little while you can pick it up and just start where you left off, so flexible. I love my little bullet journal, have you done a post sharing yours? I love seeing other peoples’ too xx

  8. I love your bujo! I love the memory page – I haven’t got anything like that in mine, as I think I would get annoyed at how messy my doodles would be – but I really love the idea and yours looks so great! I’ve got an instagram hashtags page too which I’ve found to be really useful! Thank you for linking up with #BuJoBloggers! xx

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