Pro Q&A: Jessica Chung, Pretty Prints & Paper

Today, the Bullet Journal Professionals blog featured me as a guest to talk about how I use my bullet journal at work – I talk about what works, what doesn’t, and what my work style is like with both digital and analog options. Check it out!

Journaling on the Job - ProJos

This week’s Pro Q&A features Jessica Chung, a Minneapolis calligrapher/bullet journalist/blogger and face behind Pretty Prints & Paper. On her blog, Jessica combines her passions for teaching and planning to inspire others to cultivate the life they have always imagined through tutorials, ideas and lessons about lettering and bullet journaling. You might find her in different states and countries, hole-in-the-wall restaurants, art classes of all kinds, a cappella concerts, or at the nearest Americano.

Jessica ChungBJP: Jessica, tell our Pro community a little about yourself, what you do and how long have you been a bullet journalist?

JC: Hi Todd! Thank you so much for having me on the Bujo Pros blog. I am a leadership educator, so specifically I work with college students. I have the joy of doing many things, from teaching, to writing and evolving curriculum, designing instructor training, advising students, recruitment and retention strategy and whatever…

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