How did your March go? I’m guessing a bit strange. These certainly are strange times. I have done a post about bullet journaling and coronavirus if you fancy reading that….. https://bujoplanner.kim/2020/03/19/bullet-journaling-and-coronavirus/ But for now let’s take a look at the setup for my April bujo. I can’t believe I am
Since the start of the year (2020), I made the switch from using a notebook bullet journal planner to using a ring binder bullet journal planner and printables. What is it like? Let me tell you! WHAT I LIKE: I like that I have the flexibility of adding and removing
Firstly, I would like to mention what this article is not about. It is not a medical article, I am in no way a health care professional and am not going to be providing information on the virus in a medical capacity. So, now, I will explain what this article
This feels kinda crazy….I did a Koala theme for my March bujo, because of the Australian wild fire situation (I was drawing the theme in February). Now, we have been thrown into another disaster…the pandemic of COVID-19. I don’t think I will do a theme based on that though. In
Have you had the experience of having your schedule interrupted? I am going to assume that you have. I am actually going to assume that everyone on the planet has. So, with that assumption made, what can we do about it? Can we plan with flexibility to cope with this?