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.

FREE Valentine's Day Brush Lettering Worksheet

Thursday, February 09, 2017

Sharing with you a FREE Valentine's Day Brush Lettering Worksheet so that you can create something special for your loved one :) - www.christina77star.co.uk

For today's post I collaborated once again with the lovely Olivia from RandomOlive. Since Valentine's Day is coming up soon (is it really??? Time flies by!!!), I thought it would be fun to create something for our loved ones, using brush lettering.

How to choose the perfect bullet journal for you

Saturday, February 04, 2017

How to choose the right bullet journal for you. What attributes and characteristics you should check before buying - www.christina77star.co.uk

Bullet Journaling in it's core is a simple organisational system in a notebook, where you basically create your own planning layout and inserts according to your needs. And that is the beauty of it - everything is created by you and therefore is unique!

And even though it is true that, in order to start bullet journaling you only need a notebook and a pen, I do believe that there isn't one notebook that is perfect for everyone. Each one of us, depending on how we're using our bullet journal, has different needs. Some people like to doodle and draw, others use watercolours and fountain pens, and others like to simply write their day-to-day tasks. So, choosing the right journal is very important in order to have an enjoyable experience with it.

6 Different Ways to Future Plan with Your Bullet Journal

Wednesday, February 01, 2017

Showing the 6 different ways that you can future plan in your bullet journal - www.christina77star.co.uk

In a conventional planner there is usually a yearly calendar set up, where you can plan and schedule things. However, when starting a bullet journal all you have in front of you are empty pages, and that can be very intimidating for some. A lot of people are puzzled on how to future plan with a bullet journal, while others are worried that the system is not going to work, and that this will have as a result them missing important appointments and events.

I admit that, even for me, when I was first introduced to bullet journaling, one of the things that concerned me the most was future planning. On a system that you create your days as you go along, I wanted to make sure that I would be able to schedule ahead during the year.

While all the above are valid concerns, I can assure you that bullet journaling is a very efficient and organised system, that when done properly, leaves no place for mistakes or missed appointments! It also allows you to future plan as many months/years ahead as you want!

In this post I'm going to talk about the 6 different ways that you can future plan with your bullet journal.

Bullet Journal: My February Set Up

Sunday, January 29, 2017

See how I've set up my bullet journal for the month of February. The focus has been to create a daily routine that will help me achieve balance. - www.christina77star.co.uk

I can't believe January is coming to an end already, and February is just around the corner! Crazy! Time really flies by. I've (finally!) managed to put my head and my house back in order, after the holiday season, and I'm trying to get back to my normal routine.

This is the focus for February, as you'll see from my set up, to create a daily routine that will help me achieve balance. So, let's see how I've set up my bullet journal for this month:

Instagram Challenge #doodlewithusinfebruary

Saturday, January 28, 2017

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