Saturday, 24 June 2017

19 THINGS I'VE LEARNT BEING 19

Hello guys, it has been a while since I last sat down and wrote a post and I'll admit, it feels quite weird. But let me tell you, it feels so good to finally type something other than a lab report and I am so excited to get started blogging again.
As my 19th year on this planet draws to a close, I thought I'd do a similar thing, like I did when I was 18, and tell you 19 things I've learnt whilst being 19 (please don't judge my stupidity aha.)

1) I have a deep fear of water, which I learnt on my 19th birthday. If I can't see the bottom; I am not going in.
2) Every person is different with different traits and personalities thus they have different ways of doing things.
3) Since moving out, I've really started to enjoy cooking.
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Wednesday, 3 May 2017

BULLET JOURNAL SET UP 2017

Hello guys, I am aware I am writing this post five months too late but better late than never, right? As you probably know I have a bullet journal (you probably discovered my blog through my completed 2016 bullet journal flip through.) Today I am sharing with you 'My Bullet Journal Set Up 2017.'
I am so pleased with my set up for this bullet journal. It shows so much change, improvement, originality and colour than my last one. I have put so much thought into this and I hope you enjoy it.
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Wednesday, 26 April 2017

HOW TO EFFECTIVELY STUDY IN YOUR BULLET JOURNAL

 Hello everyone, welcome to a brand new Bullet Journal post, which I am so excited for. As you know, this blog is heavily BuJo focused as you can see from it's own tab and the fact that all of my most popular posts are BuJo related. Did I mention they are also my favourites to write?
This post is going to be all about what the bullet journal is fundamentally for: keeping you organised. You've already seen inside this particular bujo (you can see it here, if you missed it.) Today's post is 'How to Effectively Study in Your Bullet Journal.' Oh and I've included a little freebie template for you.

Now you can follow the traditional way and just write a to-do list under each day. This is totally fine but I am more visual and I like seeing the whole month there at a glance and I want to know what subject and what topic within that subject I am doing each day. Back in May/ June last year I created to spreads that helped me achieve my goals of getting into uni. If it helped me out it can definitely help you. 
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