I’m feeling a bit rough at the moment, so I’ve been spending a lot of time surfing the internet. Its a good thing to do when my brain is mushy like this. I have trouble parsing long blocks of text, so little blog posts and internet sites are just the thing to keep my mind occupied and spark new ideas.
So I thought I’d share some of my journalling current faves with you:
I just bought this book. Its written for teenagers, but its a brilliant introduction, and I am really enjoying dipping into it.
Loving this artjournal site. So much eyecandy!
I love Bronwen’s Artful Life blog, and I really fancy trying her method of creating an art journal from a vintage book.
Have you come across creativebug.com yet?
I recently came across the idea of the Bullet journal, which was new to me. Its a kind of cross between a to do list, a project planner and a journal. Might be a great solution if you are pushed for time and looking for a way of combining recording your life with planning it!
On a similar theme, you might be interested in the whole idea of sketchnoting. Check out the website of the Sketchnote Army, a pretty breath-taking archive of how to record information graphically. You could combine Sketchnotes and Bullet journals, and you don’t have to be able to draw…
Lorraine Bell’s planner is delicious!
My Pinterest pinboard on organisers is continually growing.
If you love Moleskines, their myMoleskine site will bend your mind!
I love Plannerisms!
Well, that should keep you going for a while! Hope you have a happy and creative weekend,