Six months of daily journaling - Dingbats Earth Journal. Bullet journal review
Mental Health, stationery

Six months of daily journaling

Way back when I was using my first couple of bullet journals, I liked to set up my spreads in advance. This year I've learned that it's so much more beneficial to set them up as you go. The idea of winging it may sound terrifying to some but I've really liked having something so… Continue reading Six months of daily journaling

Forward Thinking: A Wellbeing, Happiness & Fulfilment Journal - review
Lifestyle, stationery

Mid-year goals check in

[Ad - previous collaboration. This post features a product which I reviewed earlier in the year] At the start of the year, I wrote a goals post outlining what I wanted to achieve. Inspired by Sophie Cliff, I decided to focus on feeling rather than doing so, rather than comparing myself to everyone else and… Continue reading Mid-year goals check in

Leuchtturm 1917 Change Journal - review
stationery

Stationery porn: Leuchtturm 1917 Change Journal

[Ad - review. I was sent a copy of this journal for review purposes and all nerdy thoughts are my own] You may recall that one of my highlights of Stationery Show London 2019 was getting a sneak preview of the English language copy of Leuchtturm 1917's Change Journal. It was the only copy in… Continue reading Stationery porn: Leuchtturm 1917 Change Journal

Calligraphuck - sweary stationery and home accessories
Lifestyle, stationery

Sweary stationery & home accessories from Calligraphuck

You know how sometimes you come across a collection of stationery and you want every single piece because it's just so damn awesome? That's how I feel about Calligraphuck. And the good news is they keep adding more and more products. The latest products to be added to the line at Abrams + Chronicle are… Continue reading Sweary stationery & home accessories from Calligraphuck

Truth & Daring: A Journal for the Thoughtful & Bold by Sarah O'Leary Burningham & Sarah Walsh - review
stationery

Stationery porn: Truth & Daring: A Journal for the Thoughtful & Bold

[Ad - review. I was sent this product for review purposes and all thoughts are my own. This post also features affiliate links] I love a guided journal. There are plenty out there, so it can be hard for new releases to stand out. Abrams + Chronicle have long been one of my favourite publishers… Continue reading Stationery porn: Truth & Daring: A Journal for the Thoughtful & Bold

Rhodia Goalbook from Stationery & Art - bullet journal review
stationery

NSW19: Bullet journal review from Stationery & Art [sponsored]

[Ad – sponsored. This post is part of my sponsored campaign for National Stationery Week 2019. Find out more here] Can you believe it's already the penultimate day of National Stationery Week? Today's theme is #StationeryShopSaturday and I've teamed up with one of my online faves to bring you a bullet journal review and giveaway!… Continue reading NSW19: Bullet journal review from Stationery & Art [sponsored]

Forward Thinking well being, happiness and fulfillment journal - review
stationery

NSW19: Positivity & mindfulness stationery box from Got2Jot [sponsored]

[Ad – sponsored. This post is part of my sponsored campaign for National Stationery Week 2019. Find out more here] Today's theme for National Stationery Week is Feel Good Friday and you don't get much more feel good than a box of stationery. Today's sponsor, Got2Jot, recently launched a flippin' incredible range of gift boxes,… Continue reading NSW19: Positivity & mindfulness stationery box from Got2Jot [sponsored]

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

The Bullet Journal Method by Ryder Carroll
Books, stationery

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]