I recently started to do my own reading journal which helps me keep on track on how much I have read, my favourite books and more! I used to do bullet journalling, but eventually just gave in to a normal planner. I found that I wasn’t excited to plan weekly spreads, but I loved keeping on track of my reading. Now I much prefer doing … Continue reading My Reading Journal Setup: September
As promised from my last post, September reading journal set up, I am going to share what I use in my September Spread! As much as I am a bookworm, I am also a huge stationery geek! This obviously means I have a huge unnecessary supply of all sorts. I’m from the UK so some of the shops listed won’t be able in other countries, … Continue reading The Supplies I use For My Reading Journal Spread
Notebooks are up there with my stationery faves after my obsession with pens of course, I can’t deny I have a huge collection of that! But I love using notebooks as it’s so easy to track anything from personal goals to school goals! Tracking goals are really useful to see how much you’ve grown and what you need to work on. For example, when I … Continue reading A Slight Notebook Obsession
I decided that since it is self love month, I may as well treat myself to one of my favourite store ever… Paperchase! Honestly they have the cutest stationery ever and as soon as I saw their Valentine’s collection, I wanted to have a little part of it. I tried to limit myself and I only bought 4 things! That’s quite an achievement for me, … Continue reading Self love Stationary Haul
Notebook: Pens: It’s finally the New Year and everyone is buzzing with excitement as they plan to achieve their New Year resolution. However, we all know it’s not as easy as it sounds. My resolution was to be more organised and a bullet journal seemed like a perfect idea. I had used it on and off last year and since then I’ve decided to give … Continue reading Bullet Journal: The Pros and Cons
There are 3 types of learners which are the most common: Visual, auditory and kinaesthetic. My top 5 stationary items can hopefully benefit any learner! 1.Flashcards Flashcards have many benefits. I think I am a mix of a visual and auditory learner. Flashcards can let me see everything in one order and they even help to memorise notes. Such as repeating my notes out loud … Continue reading Top 5 stationary items for revision!