Bullet Journal Planning Why I use a bullet journal to plan every aspect of my life. The short answer is to have control. I mentioned in my ‘ten things you did not know about me’ that I had control issues. I am well aware of it and often embrace it as a positive aspect of…
Another year older and wiser
As 2018 steps into my life I turned another year older on 3rd January. I have now come to accept growing older as an inevitability and something that really has clarified things for me and my mind. As I said in a previous post I prefer Christmas and celebrating that over celebrating my birthday and as my husband says ‘it’s just another day’.
Christmas can be stressful
I feel like that heading is a bit of an understatement, Christmas can be one of the most stressful times of the year and a nightmare to keep track of. It is supposed to be ‘the season of goodwill’, a time that we spend with the people we love, our family and friends; spending precious time together and showing our love. Instead, we spend the majority of Christmas queueing, getting annoyed with all the presents you have to get/wrap and running around like a headless chicken trying to make sure the house is well stocked with food because we need tons of food at Christmas
Why I started bullet journaling
I have always been a person to write lists, whenever I feel like things are getting too much I sit myself down and I make a checklist, it gives me a great sense of achievement to cross off the tasks as I complete them.
I am revisiting the days of my childhood; maybe it is my premature mid-life crisis at work or I have fallen well and truly off my rocker but I have been indulging in my love for ‘My Little Pony’. I used the excuse of going back to work after the summer holidays, as I am a teacher, to purchase some new stationery because who doesn’t need lots of pens and notebooks on their first week back to school?