Hello friends! It has been heavy in the swing of things as the students return to classes and instructors begin teaching again – which means I have been buried in to-do’s. Usually my weekly bullet journal layout can handle the tasks I have, but since the school year started I’ve needed to adapt my style … More Rhodia Goalbook Giveaway – ENDED
Check out a hyperlapse of how I set my weekly layout! … More My Bullet Journal Set Up: Weekly Layout
This is the second in my handwriting and lettering series – I started this last month in response to questions about how to “write like me” or what fonts I used to letter with. This series will feature some videos, tips, resources, and lettering practice sheets to get started. How to letter: Serifs Sometimes you want to shake … More My Handwriting and Lettering: Serif + Practice Sheet
In the makeup world we often seek advice on whether it is “worth it” to spend that kind of money on face cream or eyeshadow. In similar ways we wonder in the planner, lettering, and stationery world if there are such things as affordable supplies. Before you spend the money, I’m comparing two comparable brush … More Tombow vs Artist Loft Brush Pens: Dupe or Dud?
Here it comes! The time where we honor some powerful women in our lives – mother’s. If you’re like me, you agonize over choosing the right card – some are just way too cheesy, others too serious, others are trying way too hard to be sassy. I usually circumvent this problem by making my own … More How to: Watercolor Mother’s Day Card
To my wallet’s dismay, lettering has provided an incredible creative outlet for me to not only experiment with different lettering styles but also different lettering mediums like watercolor, pointed pen, every brush pen ever, gold…. it goes on! But today I’ll show you a neat trick I learned from the awesome @TrineTollefsen, which is to … More How to: Gelly Rolls & Watercolor
What an AMAZING response to the first #RockYourHandwriting challenge last month. Who knew so many of you wanted to work on your handwriting? I hope you saw some progress or other benefits to having time set aside to practice day to day. It was so great that we are deciding to do this again. Won’t … More More #RockYourHandwriting
Here we are again! It is the end of the month and it’s time to get prepped for the next. It’s really unbelievable how many of you all want to come together every month to share ideas and wisdom about our systems and support one another. So today, Kim (@TinyRayofSunshine), Kara (@Boho.Berry), and I bring you March’s … More #PlanWithMeChallenge March!
It’s been a joy going back to analogue – I’ve seen the circulation of articles talking about the many cognitive benefits of writing things down with pen and paper, or the joys of getting snail mail, or the personal touch on a tag or gift. With increasing numbers of us going back to paper planning, … More Are you ready to #RockYourHandwriting?
Sometimes I like to add some quick flair to my lettering, and I’m often asked how I add a bit of a Galaxy effect to my words. So in a few steps, here’s how you can too! Supplies: Your favorite brush pen – in this case the bigger brush the better. In this tutorial I … More How to: Do A Galaxy Effect