"I have made over 5 of the Photo Gallery Notebooks (and will continue to make more). I simply love them. The lined paper and the spiral holder is top quality. It is very easy to fold over and write on the opposite page with no constrictions. The benefit for me (and everyone else) is that you can personalize all your notebooks with your favorite pictures. I highly recommend the Photo Gallery Notebook."
"I purchased one of these notebooks for myself and then decided that they would make great prsents for my grandchildren so I made personalized notebooks for two ofthem. I have more grandchildren so there will be more notebooks. And, probably more for me, too."
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"I purchase this notebook as a gift. The size is perfect to carry around in even a small purse. The design, which includes an initial or monogram and generous space for a photograph, is very cute and the colors compliment just about any photograph."
"I purchased this lined notebook to serve as a journal for keeping record of cute things my daughter said or did and just to help me remember milestones and what life was like during different stages and ages. It is perfect! There's even a box in the top corner I can write the date in! Will definitely buy more!"
Although we live in a digital world, there is still something to be said for using old-fashioned pen and paper. Bullet journaling has been around for years but has recently increased in popularity. If you want to try your hand at creating your own homemade planner-journal combination, you probably want to include unique pages like these ones.
Tracking your goals in a personalized journal is doable in a variety of ways depending on what you want to track and your personal style. You can dedicate one page to creating a list of yearly or long-term goals, create a separate page for each month’s goals or simply add a list of weekly goals to your calendar spread each week. Maybe you have a list of tasks you must complete daily. You can create your own rubber stamp to add a bit of creative flair to your daily goal spreads.
Probably the only thing more popular than bullet journaling right now is meal planning. Combine the two and you can create a handy system to help you track your weekly menu, grocery list and a list of prep reminders. To avoid using too many pages in your notebook, create a simple layout and use post-it notes to change out the information each week.
Life gets stressful, and in a lot of cases, we forget to take care of ourselves. Dedicating a page of your bullet journal to creating a list of self-care ideas is an excellent way to remind yourself to schedule appointments for your own mental and physical health. Ideas can be anything from taking an extra-long shower to spending an hour listening to your favorite album from middle school.
Regardless of how you decide to bullet journal, you need a good notebook. Orange notebooks like this one from Shutterfly are customizable and small enough for you to carry with you wherever you go.