I've been a stationery freak since forever. In fact my pile of notebooks, journals and planners is set to rival that of the pile next to my bed of books to read. Youch!
Since I've started publishing my own notebooks on Amazon my eyes have been opened to a new world to uses, designs, trends, and notebook 'seasons'. Yes, notebooks have popular seasons, and I'm not just talking Christmas and the mad January scramble for an annual diary.
But there's one thing, one really cool thing, that I didn't even know existed until recently. Yes... it's....
Did somebody say scrap booking? That's so 2017! Bullet journaling is the newest craze sweeping the world and people are going bananas for it! Paper quality and thickness, flat-laying journals, bullet journal 'spreads' and washi tape are the discussions of the day in journaling communities and circles everywhere. I dare you to type in #bujo on Instagram and you'll see what I mean.
I'm likely very late to this game, so for those of you like me, here's a quick run down of the characteristics of a bullet journal:
If you're in Australia you can go here to see what I've been designing (and the shipping is free), and for everyone else (hello America!), you can go here to check out my designs on Amazon. I'm uploading new designs regularly, so if you like what you see, make sure you check the relevant Amazon page as often as you like. Pssst... did I mention journals make great Christmas gifts?
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Who am I?
Hi, I'm Lisa. I'm a writer, educator, and creative type. I live with my husband and son in Canberra, Australia.