Brush Calligraphy 101: Connecting Letters

I ran into a friend who is practicing brush calligraphy, and although her individual letters were turning out beautifully, connecting them seemed to be a very different challenge.  I’ve taught a few brush calligraphy classes and this is definitely a transition point for learners as we add the pieces together to create words – so today, I’m sharing two huge tips on how I learned to practice connecting my calligraphy letters. … More Brush Calligraphy 101: Connecting Letters

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Avery UltraTabs in my Bullet Journal

Recently I’ve shifted more to using a single notebook to simplify my bullet journaling.  In that transition, I still find myself shuffling through pages to find where I’m at, and often lose pages I wanted to reference – so I’ve been trying out Avery UltraTabs. Today I share my review and thoughts about them! … More Avery UltraTabs in my Bullet Journal

Review: Crayola Brush & Detail Markers

Love knowing what new pens are out there? Looking for a possible birthday or holiday gift for a budding brush calligraphy fan? You may have seen the new Crayola Brush & Detail markers on the shelves and wonder how they are before you spend the money – today I share my review of these new brush pens, how they write, pros and cons, and whether I recommend them! … More Review: Crayola Brush & Detail Markers

Dupe or Dud? Leuchtturm vs Artist Loft Notebook

Welcome to another dupe or dud in my series! Dupe or dud videos started in the beauty world where bloggers would compare brand name products to their cheaper, drug store versions to see if paying the extra was really worth it. I’ve compared Tombows to Artist Loft brush pens, Staedtler vs Michael’s vs Stabilo fineliners, … More Dupe or Dud? Leuchtturm vs Artist Loft Notebook

Why I Stopped Making My Bullet Journal Pretty with Katie

Every so often I have guests on the blog because I think we all benefit with more ideas and perspectives on how to use your bullet journal – today I’m happy to share words from Katie about how to let go of the perfectionism we hold onto sometimes in our bujos. Note: This post contains … More Why I Stopped Making My Bullet Journal Pretty with Katie

Project Planning in my Bullet Journal

Today I am talking about a favorite bullet journal spread that I shared during my Tombow Takeover – my project planning spread.  I’ve used this layout for so many different things – it can be adapted for any increment of time over a variety of kinds of endeavors to get a birds-eye view of a single project, your job, family calendar/vacations, assignments, classes, and more. … More Project Planning in my Bullet Journal