Bullet Journal Supplies. When I first started bullet journaling, I was most confused about what supplies to use. This was mostly because most of the famous brands other people were talking about (e.g. sharpies, etc.) were not available in my country. This is just a small post about what supplies I use – again, what I use, not what I recommend. MY BULLET JOURNAL For my journal, I use this ‘anchor journal’ that I got at Target on my trip to USA. It’s really nice and though almost no one uses these kinds of notebooks, I’ve said this before, there are no rules here! You’re free to do whatever you want to do. I personally find my ring-bound notebook to be much more convenient and ‘free’ than a typical journal. It’s really easy to open and write in, and plus it’s really cute, which is really motivating. I don’t know…

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How to start a bullet journal is a very common blog post title idea but what a lot of people want to know is the why part of it all? So today’s post is going to be again on bullet journalling. As you may not know if you aren’t following me on twitter, I am obsessed with bullet journals and diaries and anything involving a cute, decorated notebook. I started it about two weeks ago now, or maybe three, I can’t remember, but I haven’t looked back since. I love every piece of it. Some of those pieces are down below, some aren’t. But I really wanted to share this with others because bullet journalling has really helped me out a lot. So let’s get in 5 reasons why you should start a bullet journal. 1 IT’S FUN TO BULLET JOURNAL This is the first and foremost thing you need…

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Couple of weeks ago, I found a beautiful blog that belonged a girl named Megan Shaefer. When I came across it, it just so happened to be the perfect timing. I found it to be full of bullet-journal posts. At that time I had absolutely no clue to what bullet journals were but a few posts in, I decided I needed a bullet journal, not because my life was disorganised or anything, but because it seemed fun. And a little more planning can go a long way.  At the time I found this post I was about to have my exams, and I thought it would be a good way to organise not only my study plan but my weeks, days, months, years, thoughts, habits, moods and everything I wanted to keep track of. So went to the market, bought a notebook and a pen and started writing. I followed…

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I’ve mentioned this before in a million other posts, but if my desk space is not organised and clean and fresh, I cannot work in there–I simply cannot. I will not be able to focus. I’ll keep on drifting back to the messy little desk. A clean workspace helps me get zoned in to what I’m doing. So here’s how to organize your desk space.  I personally work on my desk, which is very hard to maintain and keep clean, especially since it is so massive. But whatever your space of work is, it’s important to keep it clean for a number of reasons, the first being that it will never let you focus. Things lying around will disrupt your sitting position or may discomfort you. And it really doesn’t look that good. So here are 6 ways to organize your desk space. PLACEMATS Table mats are literally a game…

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Hey. So I’m back today with a new blog post on how to start setting goals that you’ll actually be able to achieve. Everyone always says ‘Learn your Goal and Strive Towards It’. But they never tell us how. Setting goals is easy. But striving for them? Nah. I could say ‘I’ll earn 100k pageviews in one day;)” but we all know that’s practically impossible. 99 percent, what’s going to happen is I’m going to see a cute tumblr quote about having dreams and just sit back and be like, “Yeah, I’ll just keep on dreaming my dreams.” But that’s NOT IT. You have to work for those dreams to become reality. But working…that can be hard. IDENTIFY WHERE YOU’RE STRUGGLING What this means, for me, is identify why you can’t achieve all the goals you previously set. Is it because they are too hard? They’re out of your league? You’re…

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