I shared my thoughts about it in my last post: the Minbok notebook has joined my planning team a few months ago and I love it! So I was thrilled when Marie-Li, the founder of Minbok reached out to suggest to work together on an exclusive printable file. This super cool project is actually part of the crowdfunding campaign Minbok is currently running on Kickstarter.
+ a free printable map of the Paris stationery shops
Paris, besides its cultural highlights, is also a great place to shop. I don’t really shop clothes or home decor stuff, but I regularly try to visit new stationery shops to discover new brands and products.
I’m far from knowing all the stationery shops of Paris (I think it would be an endless work), but I gathered in this post and on a Paris city map the best stationery shops I’ve visited to share my best addresses with you! I hope you’ll like this Paris stationery shopping guide and maybe inspire you to visit this beautiful city if you didn’t get the chance to come yet!
free beginners’ guide printable
That’s a post the blog was seriously missing! It was high time that I share my own version of the bullet journal beginners’ guide. It’s not an ultimate guide, but it goes through the whole bullet journal planning process to help you set up your own notebook.
I also created a new printable as a bullet journal beginners’ guide, and I’m sharing 5 tips to help you be off to a great start with the bullet journal system. Some of them may sound familiar if you’ve already read a lot about how to start a bullet journal, but I guess reminders never hurt, right?
Some of you reached out, asking for them, and after several weeks discussing this with myself, I finally decided to release some new weekly planner free printables. I updated the layouts and took advantage of working on this to add some new features that I hope you’ll like!
Beside the free printables, I’m also giving you some inspiration about how to adapt the layouts to your expectations: the printables can be used for both professional and personal planning, and can easily be twisted to answer your needs!
The end of the year is just around the corner and it’s time to share some free resources to help you set up your bullet journal! Whether you’re new to bullet journaling or an advanced user of the system, I hope you’ll find them useful.
In 2017, I have been releasing free printables on a quarterly basis. For 2018, I have simplified things and share all the calendar printables at once. You’ll find the usual stickers sheets with some new features and something compeltely new (I hope you’ll like it!).
We’re already half-way through September, and I believe it’s time for me to release the free printables to prepare Q4. The time is flying by incredibly fast and my holidays didn’t help me to stay on the top of things. I’m writing this in Edinburgh airport, waiting for my flight to go back to Paris (treating myself with a carrot cake and hot tea !)… Proof that despite my bullet journal, I’m struggling to keep it up these days !
I’ve never been able to keep a journal for more than three days in a raw, my attempts to having a “gratitude log” all turned into failure and to be honest, writing about my life and feelings is not something natural to me. I’m not really a “dear diary” kind of person…
But I started to journal anyway a few weeks ago, and I’d like to keep it up with this project until the end of the year (for a start). As journaling into a notebook hasn’t been a success so far, I’m trying something a bit different to keep me motivated, crafting these “ memory cards ”.
Today’s tutorial is super simple and, that’s a promise, can be master by anyone! Some of you asked me questions about the notebook cover tutorial and told me that they didn’t feel they can do it themselves… So this second tutorial is much easier: leather but no stitches, paper but no binding skills required. Ready?
I can’t believe June is almost over and that the second half of the year is starting in a few days. Summer is around the corner and it’s time to get ready for it, and for Q3 in general! Just like I did when I opened the blog 3 months ago, I designed a set of printables that you can use to get organized for the next 3 months and enjoy the energy of summer to achieve some of your goals.
I have to admit that I’m totally obsessive with my stationary and I like to keep my notebook in good condition no matter the circumstances. Nothing bothers me more than a spot on one of my bujo pages or a damaged notebook corner… But I can’t keep my Bullet Journal on some shelf without touching it to keep it safe, and I like to take it with me when I’m on the go. tutorial leather notebook cover
My notebook ends up in the mess of my backpack along with my lunch box, my first-aid kit and sometimes some of my DIY tools forgotten there…And so it get inevitably damaged (not to mention the bit marks of Maurice the cat who has appetite for everything that looks like a book…).
I had to take action to find a solution to make sure my Bullet journal could deal with all these everyday threats!