7 Things I Learned in my First Year of Bullet Journaling

Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Sharing with you 7 things that I've learned during my first year of bullet journaling - www.chrisitna77star.co.uk

As I've mentioned already in a previous post, in the beginning of March I had my 1 year anniversary since I started bullet journaling. Oh my! Time really flies by! I can't believe it's been one year already! I still remember the excitement of receiving my very first bullet journal and creating my first pages in it. This has been an incredible year for me full of colour, creativity and new opportunities! I'm grateful for this amazing system and for being a member of the best online community! :)

Today, I'll share with you 7 things about bullet journaling that I learned during the past year.

How to Colour Code your Bullet Journal

Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Colour coding is one of the best ways to further organise your bullet journal and have a clear view of the different categories/topics you create in it. See how and where to use your colour coding system in your bullet journal. - www.christina77star.co.uk

Colour coding is one of the best ways to further organise your bullet journal and have a clear view of the different categories/topics you create in it. It was one of the first things I incorporated in my planner and it has made a huge difference in my planning and my productivity!

Today I'll share with you how and where to use your colour coding system in your bullet journal.

My Etsy shop: Green Lime Designs

Wednesday, March 08, 2017


Yesterday was my 1 year anniversary since I started my first bullet journal! Yay! It has definitely been the most amazing year full of colour, creativity and new opportunities. I'm very grateful to have found the bullet journaling system and be part of this amazing community!

Today, I'm very excited to introduce you to my new venture.

Bullet Journal: My March Set Up

Wednesday, March 01, 2017

My March set up in my bullet journal. Simple but focused spreads with lots of colour. - www.christina77star.co.uk

Happy March everybody!

Spring has definitely made it's appearance in Cyprus already and I'm really excited! March is also an important month for me, because on the 7th it'll be exactly 1 year since I've started bullet journaling! This has been an amazing year for me and I'm very grateful to have found this planning system. :)

The focus for March is to finish 1-2 projects I already have in the pipeline, and meet their deadlines. So, the layout for this month has been quite simple and I've only kept the important pages and layouts that work for me. This is how I've set up my bullet journal for March:

Instagram Challenge #doodlewithusinmarch

Saturday, February 25, 2017

Doodle with Us in March Instagram Challenge with the theme Fairy Tales - www.christina77star.co.uk

Once again I'm excited to announce our Instagram Challenge for the month of March! It's the #doodlewithusinmarch Instagram Challenge created by me and Alexandra (from @alexandra_plans).

How to transition from one bullet journal to the next

Wednesday, February 22, 2017

The step you need to take in order to make the transition from one bullet journal to the next as simple as possible. - www.christina77star.co.uk

It is very common for people to use more than one bullet journal per year. Me personally, I used two bullet journals last year. Other people manage to use only one, but I've also heard of others that use 3 per year, or even more! It all depends on how busy you are, and how many spreads you create in your bullet journal.

No matter how many bullet journals you use per year though, there'll come a point where you'll need to move to a new notebook eventually. And that can feel a bit daunting for some, especially if it's the first time you're doing it. But don't worry. There are certain steps you need to take to make this procedure as simple as possible. 

6 Index Hacks for your Bullet Journal

Wednesday, February 15, 2017

How to make your Index Page even more functional with a few Index hacks - www.christina77star.co.uk
The Index page is the core of your Bullet Journal. It's where you archive all your entries so that you can easily find them when needed. However, not many people talk about the Index page and I know a lot of people neglect to fill in the entries as they create their spreads in their notebook. Today I'll show you how to make your Index Page even more functional with a few Index hacks.