A peek inside my Tolkien Commonplace Book

Some time ago, I received this beautiful pocket Moleskine Limited Edition with the map from The Hobbit and I treasured it for years because I couldn't find the "perfect" way to use it. I didn't want to use it for my day-to-day tasks and notes (bullet journaling) because I wanted to be able to have… Continue reading A peek inside my Tolkien Commonplace Book

Currently – August 2019

Today, I finished my journal. This is the private one where I write in stream of consciousness whenever I feel like it. No rules, no pressure. It was given to me by a friend as a Christmas gift and I started it on January 1st of this year. The plan was to use it throughout… Continue reading Currently – August 2019

A peek inside my Traveler’s Notebooks

Since I'm an avid journaler, I thought it might be fun to share what's inside my Traveler's Notebook. The way I use them is pretty simple: I glue down every bits and piece (like tickets, receipts, beautiful paper, cards, etc.) I stumble upon or receive with the addition of some embellishments and, occasionally, some words.… Continue reading A peek inside my Traveler’s Notebooks

My 2019 Journals and Notebooks

As I've previously written, one of the things that didn't work for me in 2018 has been planners. Once again, I've fallen into the bullet journal trap trying to do what other people were doing without actually considering my own needs. I've finally managed to find my own way only in November, after reading The… Continue reading My 2019 Journals and Notebooks

Journal Update | August 2017

I usually share my journal updates on Instagram (mostly on Stories), but they aren't archived well and it's hard for me to scroll back and see what was going on at the beginning of the year, for example. Also, I'm trying to step away from social media as much as I can (more on that… Continue reading Journal Update | August 2017

My Reading Journal (Bullet Journal Style)

It's no secret, at this point of my blogging life, that I love books and I love stationery (and also trying to be productive). I recently combined these two passions together to create something completely new to me, a reading journal. One of my biggest regrets is to have never tracked nor annotated my readings… Continue reading My Reading Journal (Bullet Journal Style)