Bullet Journal for a Clutter-Free Mind with @CindyWildflowers

Clutter is the bane of creativity and expression. I am talking about that intangible mess of to-do’s, checklists, notes and reminders that you keep in your head. For more than two years now, I have been free of that chaos and it is, oh, so liberating! They now live between the pages of my bullet journal and my book of collections in an orderly manner. I’ve gained so much useful capacity just by decluttering my mind. Learn more about Cindy’s bullet journaling philosophy today! … More Bullet Journal for a Clutter-Free Mind with @CindyWildflowers

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Bullet Journaling and Minimalism with @sixth_and_forth

The bullet journal bug is catching on with more new faces – and I’m particularly excited to share Allison’s post with you today. She is bringing in discussions about bullet journaling intersecting with sustainable and minimalist living – something I hope we can share more of in the future. … More Bullet Journaling and Minimalism with @sixth_and_forth

Bullet Journal with @shilen.qc: A Forgiving Way of Planning

Welcome to another guest feature on the blog – where I get to balance the other parts of my life and get to highlight awesome wisdom from others in the bullet journal community. Today I’m so stoked to bring you Cristina (@shilen.qc).  She had captured my eye and heart with her black and white, minimal, and super … More Bullet Journal with @shilen.qc: A Forgiving Way of Planning

Bullet Journal for Adulting with Austin @MinimalJournal

As fans of the bullet journal, we likely enjoy its flexible nature – that it can be as full or empty as it needs to be depending on your life and each moment.  I’ve skipped days, or needed additional pages for some other days – and the bullet journal simply morphs with me.  So that’s what … More Bullet Journal for Adulting with Austin @MinimalJournal