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The perks of being a book blogger

[Ad - review/previous collaboration. I was sent the pictured products for review purposes and all thoughts are my own. This post also contains affiliate links] I've been blogging about books for nearly seven years now and I bleddy love it. As a lifelong bookworm, it's such a fun platform to share what I love with… Continue reading The perks of being a book blogger

Quotes & Questions: A journal for your kid's quotable moments by Kate Pocrass
Jenson, Parenthood, stationery

Kids say the funniest things

[Ad - review. I received a copy of this journal for review purposes and all thoughts are my own. This post also contains an affiliate link] Kids say the funniest things. I've been using my one line a day journal to record a memory a day since the day Jenson was born and lately that… Continue reading Kids say the funniest things

To be read: A booklover's notebook
Books, stationery

Bookworm essentials | To Be Read: A Booklover’s Notebook

[Ad - review. I was sent this notebook for review purposes and all thoughts are my own] If you're anything like me, you always have a book with you, you're forever scrolling through Bookstagram and reading blog posts, and you're signed up to various publishers' newsletters. So what do you do when you read a… Continue reading Bookworm essentials | To Be Read: A Booklover’s Notebook

How to Bullet Plan by Rachel Wilkerson Miller - book review
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Book review: How to Bullet Plan by Rachel Wilkerson Miller

This post contains an affiliate link At the end of last year, I decided I wanted to get back into bullet journalling, having been rather sporadic with my updates throughout the year. I knew I needed help, so consulted a few favourite Facebook groups and invested in a couple books for inspiration and motivation. I… Continue reading Book review: How to Bullet Plan by Rachel Wilkerson Miller

Inside my bullet journal - February 2019
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Reflecting on one month of daily journaling

[Ad - previous collaboration] This post features a product I bought myself from a brand I have previously worked with. When I showed you my January bullet journal spreads a few weeks ago, I said I'd be back with a reflective post looking at how useful they were. I made a conscious effort to keep… Continue reading Reflecting on one month of daily journaling

My essential bullet journal supplies
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My essential bullet journal supplies

[Ad - previous collaboration] This post features products from previous brand collaborations plus items I bought myself from said brands. This post also contains affiliate links, meaning I make a small commission on sales at no extra cost to you. If you're new to bullet journaling, it can be incredibly daunting figuring out where to… Continue reading My essential bullet journal supplies

Inside my new Dingbats Earth Journal bullet journal (January 2019)
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Inside my bullet journal (January 2019)

This post contains an affiliate link In my 2019 goals post, I wrote about my plans to get back into bullet journaling for the new year. I'd used my journals sporadically for the last couple of years and, having read more and more about the benefits of journaling, I wanted to find a way to… Continue reading Inside my bullet journal (January 2019)

The Bullet Journal Method by Ryder Carroll
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Book review: The Bullet Journal Method by Ryder Carroll

This post contains affiliate links I started bullet journalling a little over two years ago. My first bujo was a lined notebook, which I used to play with what worked for me. I found it therapeutic to sit down in the evenings and make it colourful but that then became difficult to maintain. I took… Continue reading Book review: The Bullet Journal Method by Ryder Carroll

2019 goals toolkit giveaway
Books, feminism, Lifestyle, stationery

2019 goals toolkit [+ giveaway]

I loved Sophie Cliff's post on setting goals about feeling rather than doing, and so this year I'm not going to strive for more followers, write out a list of places to visit, or aim to finally lose the baby weight (is it still considered baby weight after three years?!). Instead I'm going to focus… Continue reading 2019 goals toolkit [+ giveaway]

Focused Fox goals notebook review
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Ten journals and planners I loved in 2018

Earlier this year I shared a round-up of the ten (!) dot grid notebooks I've tried over the last year or two to help you choose the right one for you. Now I'm back with another bumper stationery post, this time highlighting the stunning journals I've bought/received this year. They make great Christmas gifts, as… Continue reading Ten journals and planners I loved in 2018