Sophie Jenkins
More ideas from Sophie
I'm finally diving in and explaining the HOW and the WHY behind my Level 10 Life spread in my Bullet Journal :)

I'm finally diving in and explaining the HOW and the WHY behind my Level 10 Life spread in my Bullet Journal :)

Bullet Journal spread ideas are so vast and different. Here are a few I want to incorporate into my bujo when I start my new one. HelloBrio.com

Bullet Journal spread ideas are so vast and different. Here are a few I want to incorporate into my bujo when I start my new one. HelloBrio.com

This Pin was discovered by Liz & Jen @ Productive and Pretty. Discover (and save!) your own Pins on Pinterest.

This Pin was discovered by Liz & Jen @ Productive and Pretty. Discover (and save!) your own Pins on Pinterest.

Are You Bullet Journaling the WRONG Way? Here are 10 bullet journal pitfalls to avoid

Are You Bullet Journaling the WRONG Way? Here are 10 bullet journal pitfalls to avoid

Your planner should be two things: 1) It should fit your planning style and 2) It should be functional and keep you organized. The flexibility of a bullet journal is indisputable; just do a quick search on Pinterest or Instagram and you’ll see hundreds of posts showcasing different spreads and organization. One big reason why …

Your planner should be two things: 1) It should fit your planning style and 2) It should be functional and keep you organized. The flexibility of a bullet journal is indisputable; just do a quick search on Pinterest or Instagram and you’ll see hundreds of posts showcasing different spreads and organization. One big reason why …

So, we talked about the importance of tracking moods so you can really pin down what causes them — like maybe you've been sleeping too little or drinking too much — but also, simply recognizing your emotions has benefits all on its own.'If you weren’t keeping track of your mood, it’s easy to try to push those feelings down and invalidate them,' says Bonior. 'And then they can kind of come back to haunt you, because you’re not acknowledging that you feel that way.' There are a few different…

So, we talked about the importance of tracking moods so you can really pin down what causes them — like maybe you've been sleeping too little or drinking too much — but also, simply recognizing your emotions has benefits all on its own.'If you weren’t keeping track of your mood, it’s easy to try to push those feelings down and invalidate them,' says Bonior. 'And then they can kind of come back to haunt you, because you’re not acknowledging that you feel that way.' There are a few different…

Think: servings of alcohol, servings of caffeine, minutes of exercise, hygiene, daily habits (like whether you made your bed or not) and hanging out with friends. Not only will you be able to see patterns like we mentioned above, but the act of journaling itself will make you more likely to stick to your goals. 'There's an activating factor with tracking things — if you write it down, you’re more likely to do it, because it holds you accountable,' says Bonior.

Think: servings of alcohol, servings of caffeine, minutes of exercise, hygiene, daily habits (like whether you made your bed or not) and hanging out with friends. Not only will you be able to see patterns like we mentioned above, but the act of journaling itself will make you more likely to stick to your goals. 'There's an activating factor with tracking things — if you write it down, you’re more likely to do it, because it holds you accountable,' says Bonior.