Posts tagged journals, planners, trackers

Pocket bookmark – why and how

I am a passionate reader, passionate crafter and passionate journaler. Most of my ideas for a better life, for home changes or even for studying new things come while I am reading books or magazines. No matter what I’m reading – a crime novel, love story, nonfiction or a cook book. Always an idea, usually… Continue reading

September Journal title page

Like many of you I am obsessed with bullet journaling. Now, when I’m a bit older, they remind me of my teenagers years, when I was equally obsessed with writing my diaries. I find myself entering the same “promises”, tasks, decorations, but also with a lot of emotional sharing. Black and white Of course, the… Continue reading

Happy little cactus garden

Have you ever heard the saying that, “We are all nothing, but pretty and unique cactus plants”? The first time I heard this – in my teenage years – I was shocked and disagreed. Now – in my …beep!… years, I absolutely understand this “theory” and agree wholeheartedly. My Cactus philosophy Maybe the feeling of… Continue reading

The Airbnb Host bullet journal PART II

If you read my blog, you know that this year my husband and I decided to list our beach apartment with Airbnb. It’s a holiday apartment that we don’t personally use more than a few weeks per year but the expenses continue regardless. You know, government taxes, utility bills plus big property management fees, because… Continue reading

The Airbnb Host bullet journal PART I

If you read my blog, you know that this year my husband and I decided to list our beach apartment with Airbnb. It’s a holiday apartment that we don’t personally use more than a few weeks per year but the expenses continue regardless. You know, government taxes, utility bills plus big property management fees, because… Continue reading

My 2019 journal attachments

The early morning of the first day of January is my favourite moment of the whole year. Something new was just born, the new page of my life has just opened. The streets are empty, all the people are sleeping after their big parties last night. And the Universe is listening only to my voice…. Continue reading

How Morning Pages became Evening pages

First, I found mention of Morning Pages in a book, “Letters from Paris”. The author, Janice MacLeod, is a young woman stuck in the middle of “living her life’s dream”. She is unhappy, full of feelings that time is flying and her life is not going well. And then she found Julia Cameron’s book, “The… Continue reading