blogging, Lifestyle, stationery

Blog organisation and bullet journalling with Paperchase

Regular readers of this blog will know that I’m a stationery addict and I’ve been hunting down the perfect notebook to start bullet journalling. The plan was to find something pretty and functional which I could use as a blog planner and life to-do list but that all changed when I spotted the perfect combination on Paperchase*!

blog organisation and bullet journalling with paperchase

I was invited to choose three items to review – the perfect chance to try out their new blogger’s journal from the Let’s Squawk range. It’s a great collection with loads of fantastic products and I had to select the hardback A4 notebook to kick-start my foray into bullet journalling. And what bullet journal is complete without a set of coloured pens? It was one of the best post days ever when this beauty of a package arrived!

blog organisation and bullet journalling with paperchase

The journal is by far one of the coolest things I have ever seen. I love that the cover is removable, so when you finish the notebook you can replace it with a new one. And the content is perfect for bloggers everywhere, with sections on planning content, recording your expenses and scheduling your posts, as well as noting your stats for the month.

blog organisation and bullet journalling with paperchase

blog organisation and bullet journalling with paperchase

blog organisation and bullet journalling with paperchase

blog organisation and bullet journalling with paperchase

blog organisation and bullet journalling with paperchase

blog organisation and bullet journalling with paperchase

blog organisation and bullet journalling with paperchase

Plus the notebook and pens are perfect for bullet journalling. The notebook is a good size and the pens come in a great range of colours – and the ink doesn’t bleed through. And I love the slogans – perfect for a little stationery geek like me!

blog organisation and bullet journalling with paperchase

blog organisation and bullet journalling with paperchase

blog organisation and bullet journalling with paperchase

I’ve been using the journal to plan my posts so far this week and I’ll share some pages at the end of the month. I’ll also share my bullet journal with you in a couple of weeks or so – after I’ve finally decided what to include. I’ve been building a Pinterest board of page ideas and I need to agonise over it for a few more days yet. Don’t laugh! I’m a member of a couple of bullet journal groups on Facebook and some people take these things very seriously indeed! The only thing it’s missing is some washi tape. I have loads but you can get a Let’s Squawk set so everything matches! I’m also loving the multi list book and goals journal, so I may expand my collection yet.

What do you use to plan your blog posts? Have you started bullet journalling? Leave me some tips in the comments below.

*I received these items to review. All opinions are my own

7 thoughts on “Blog organisation and bullet journalling with Paperchase”

  1. I love Paperchase and have also looked at the Blogger’s Journal but was undecided. Reading your post, I might have to re visit and make a purchase! It seems so practical and is a gorgeous design! I have just purchased a mid year diary from Kikki K which is amazing and I can’t wait to start using! I’ve written a post on my blog-
    http://www.letters lovely.com
    Thanks for a great read! L x

    1. I friggin’ love Kikki K! I’ve been eyeing up their planners for ages but just can’t commit to a favourite. First world problems, ey?

  2. OMG – my dreams have come true. Paperchase have bloggers journals now?! I am genuinely so excited by this hahah. x

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