Sunset Café Saturday – One Small Book to Change Your Life

fall foliage

 

 

Come and sip a drink with me. 🙂 Today I would like to share a tip with you. After getting through the wind up activities this week for the holidays I am really appreciating the practicality of my daily journal. Many of you might use some kind of a planner or date book. For some people a digital option really works, while others use a more tried and true paper version with calendars and checklists included. I have tried many versions over the years with varying success.

 

So many planners!

So many planners!

 

 

I’m happy to say that now I am really sticking with the newest experience. It is called the bullet journal and it sounds deceptively simple but it is nothing short of incredible! You can use any type of regular notebook and it becomes a one stop shop for everything you need – to do lists, calendars, project ideas, you name it!

 

These are the two journals Ive used so far this year. I filled the floral one and now Im using the blue one.

These are the two journals Ive used so far this year. I filled the floral one and now Im using the blue one.

 

 

It enables me to keep track of things and stay organized in addition to allowing me to explore new ideas and projects without feeling so overwhelmed. It also serves as a great record of the things I have seen and done in my days which can help immensely with feeling accomplished and/or grateful with my life.

I could go on and on with descriptions and explanations but I will just share the link to the awesome website that explains the bullet journal.

Go. Check it out. I just might change your life!

Peace and health,

Jennifer

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One Response to Sunset Café Saturday – One Small Book to Change Your Life

  1. risingeden says:

    Of course I neglected to give credit where credit was due. Many thanks to my big sister who told me about the bullet journal!

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