2015 Bullet Journal Pages Are Here!

I apologize for the break in the normal NaBloPoMo programming…feel free to move a long if you are not a bullet journaler. But – if you’re NOT a bullet journaler – maybe you should go here and read all about it. Back by popular demand! I’ve got the FREE 2015 Monthly Bullet Journal Calendar pages …

Rickshaw Bags Bullet Journal Folio Review

If you’re new to my life with Bullet Journals, read the first manifesto here and my addendum/change in technique here. Also – I have updated/prettier PDFs available for October/November/December here if you need calendar pages for your bullet journal. My Rickshaw Bags folio came in for my bullet journal! I designed it myself – so …

Happy Bullet Journal Birthday To Me!

Embarrassing Preface: I have not broken out my “real” camera to photograph my kids in MONTHS. But this morning? I dug it out to – basically – take pictures of a notebook I carry in my purse. For a blog entry I’m writing about that notebook. To celebrate that notebook’s birthday. Do I write blog …

April Bullet Journal Download

Hey Guys, I’m improving my monthly templates from downloads I made for the monthly bullet journal pages I posted for download last time. The first batch was “Other People Want These” but I’ve kinda gotten used to them too so I’m making them better now that “Zoot Wants These”. Here is April Monthly Bullet Journal …

The Post To (Maybe?) End All Bullet Journal Posts.

I’m a pen-and-paper list maker. I write grocery lists and To-Do lists. I itemize meeting agendas and project task sheets. I make lists of chores for the day and goals for the month. If there is a pen (a good pen, I do have standards) and a piece of paper nearby, I’m probably jotting down some sort of list. And no matter how tech savvy I am, the need to write things down – to A) remember them and B) organize them – always remains. So, when I discovered a video in 2013 introducing the Bullet Journal guide to living? I was hooked

The Most Vague List Of Resolutions Ever In The History Of The World

I’ll be honest. I like New Year’s way better than Christmas. Christmas is fun – but I’m never sure the good balances out the bad. We had a rough month of repeated unexpected expenses and since we have a budget we really try to stick to (that also gives us a savings for REAL emergencies) …