Last year, my goal was to Bullet Journal for a whole year. And it was a great year! I feel like I grew as an artist, and became a better over all planner and journal keeper. But now, it’s a new year, and I’m ready to try something different. Something new. So this year, I’ll be using the Law of Attraction Planner by Freedom Mastery.Continue reading
A great thing about the new year is that it almost forces us to take into account of what we’ve accomplished over the last 365 days, as well as looking forward to the next year making new plans. Well, 2018 is over, and a new year has dawned. If you remember from last year, one of my goals for 2018 was to spend the year bullet journaling. In my own words: “I love lists, but usually I have them on seventy million random scraps of paper. I want to try and keep them all together in one collected place. I already am pretty great about meal planning, so the bullet journal is also another way to keep all the things together.” Continue reading “A Year of Bullet Journaling in Review”
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Before Chesh and I moved up to Michigan for our jobs working with Cedar Campus, I never had to worry about grocery money. I made a decent amount and didn’t have to worry about over-spending on groceries. And all things considered, my budget was pretty high for only one person. When we moved up to the Great White North, our annual salary got cut WAY down from what it used to be (that’s what I get for loving camp so much…) I had to budget and STICK to my budget. Continue reading “5 Reasons Why You Need a Meal Planner (& Free Printable)”