This is probably one of my favourite spreads I've made. Like, ever. Super excited to share it with you AND to have made it into a PRINTABLE that you can download and print for yourself! Here are 65 title styles and 57 divider ideas for your: notes bullet journal journal lists and whatever else that… Continue reading art || 120 title and divider styles + FREE printable | ideas for your notes and bujo
It's been so hot over here this weekend... so what else is there to do but start crackin' on that collections journal of mine? I set up my "bullet system" spread and decided to film a little video explaining it in detail. My bullet, migration, signifier and colour code system is universal - meaning I… Continue reading organization || my universal bullet, signifier and colour code system + FREE printable
SO excited to start a brand new journal for university! Changing things up massively to match where I'm at with my mental health goals. 🙂 Be sure to grab your own Mistral Spirit monthly printables down below and comment to share how you're using them! I've used them to plan my tasks, write memories, track… Continue reading organization || starting my 5th bullet journal: new set up & changes!
I've talked about why a good morning routine is important before, so today I'm finally taking you through what mine typically looks like! It's simple and divided into big chunks because I don't like overly-planned mornings - they get boring quickly for me. I also stress listening to what your body wants as much as… Continue reading lifestyle || my real morning routine: brekkie, tackle, workout
Quick and easy set-up this month using my bullet journal monthly printables! I also showed how I write in some of my tasks for the month in my monthly planner using my Google calendar. Haven't really been tracking much lately, but it's been for the better. 😉 Enjoy and if you read this far, let… Continue reading organization || june bullet journal set-up
Last weekend, my best friend and I traveled the couple hours from Toronto to Montreal for a fun little trip together. We had such an incredible time exploring the city, visiting the many beautifully-decorated cafes, eating at delicious restaurants, hiking Mont Royal and checking out the Piknic Electronik. We left the city with so many… Continue reading lifestyle || montreal travel lookbook: 7 spring outfit ideas
FINALLY! This month, I started out with the plan to do a starry sky-sort of theme but (as you will see) it started out pretty bad. So I morphed it into something different and I'm so happy with how it turned out! Took me an hour to do - I split it into two sessions… Continue reading organization || may set-up: unedited REAL-TIME bujo paint with me
I think a lot (often introspectively, like how I'm perceived and what I'm doing and how it's looking and why I'm doing it), and this is one thing I've been thinking about lately. Hope you enjoy and hopefully it helps you a bit too!
My IB exams are coming up at the start of May, and I’m sure many of you will also be getting ready for your own exams in the next few months. SO in the spirit of testing season, today I’m sharing fourteen tips to help you study more effectively! These are sustainable, realistic things you can do or mindsets to adopt that help you get more done in less time. So get ready for some major test and exam study hacks!
At the start of 2018, I decided to try being pescetarian for ethical reasons. It seemed that there were so many reasons for it and no reason in the world not to. Plus, the "lifestyle" side of my social media was saturated with messages about veganism and vegetarianism that I felt compelled to give it a try. After all, why eat meat when we really don't NEED it?
Then, after taking part in a wine tasting while on vacation, I finally reached a few conclusions.