October is here, yay! I’ve started to study again, work again on the Etsy shop and on my all side projects. Woah, not easy at all but it’s nice to have things to do all the week long, and the moments of rest are more enjoyable. Besides, I can read a lot more while commuting or between one meeting and another.
Let’s talk about juicy bullet journal things!
This is my new setup for October: the warm shades and the watercolor style stayed, but I banned the pyramidal calendar (I need to work on this a little more in order to make it…usable). But there’s a huge new entry: the labels! I’ve cut a small amout of paper (just the blank space on the side, actually), because I was in the desperate search of some further organization troughout the month.
Hi everyone, I’ve been missing for a long long time and I’m just starting to apologize about it. In facts, I’ve been through a fantastic vacation across Umbria, Lazio and Toscana, three wonderful Regions of Italy. It was a beautiful (almost artistic, historical and gastonomical) trip, but it was also a very sad one. We felt the fear during and after the big earthquake that shook all the center part of my country. We were overwelmed by the news of entire towns and little villages destroyed to the ground. So, as you can easily imagine, I was not so in the mood for writing.
Now I’m back home, I’m in the middle of the typical free time “home restyling“: me and Cristian are trying to add some sense to our home study room, and we’re almost done actually.
But let’s talk about September! It’s almost here and I’m so happy because I really appreciate summer, but those high temperatures and me we do not go along together so well. I love spring and autumn, so I’m in love with those transition months like September, when you can experience both chilly and warm sensations in the very same day!
Summer: time for vacations! Mine will start late in August, but I already plan them in advance (I’m a bullet journal and planner junkie for a reason). The big issue with vacations and travels is the packing. I don’t hate packing but it’s not one of my favourite activities, even because I tend to forget something very important on every trip I make.
This is the ugliest video I ever made (and I’ll ever make, I hope), but I wanted to share with you how I draw my Spiraldex and just I could not wait! I’m at my college right now and I took pics on breaks between my lessons so I was in a hurry as you can see from the quality.
Today I you will be my guest as I take you on a trip inside my Bullet Journal! It’s a very quick flip through from November 2015 to July 2016. Just few months, but the changes are so big that I needed to show them to someone. It’s amazing how and how much your style can change with a daily practice.
This is a very busy time for me, but I’m so happy that it is. It means I have a lot of work to do here on my blog, and on Instagram. By the way, I’m so grateful for your and your precious support: my Instagram community is growing stronger day by day. This is a dream came true for me, because less then a month ago I was struggling on big questions about my life, my purpouse and my goals. All this goal setting process is in a costant development and I’m understanding it clearly in those days. I tend to be frightened by ever-changing situations, but I’m managing it because change is actually very funny, if you’re changing with the situations and want to be part of the “flow”.
I’m late on my posts and, *sigh*, I’m so sorry about it! I’m working hard on templates, printables, layouts for my Etsy shop and on the freebies for your weekly newsBetter, not to mention a really huge project (it’s a secret one for now, I hope to share some sneakpeek later this month) and the Giveaway I’ll host (I hope) starting today!
I’m doing quite good in the 100 days of productivity challenge, it’s a powerful challenge to get yourself moving and actually achieving your goals. Also because the challenge, I’ve finally opened my Etsy Shop (you’re gladly invited to visit it and share your thoughts about it!). By now, there’s only one printable template but I’m planning to add more different layouts and style. You know, the first step is always the hardest one, so even by adding just one layout I realized that my journey on Etsy is finally starting and it will be easier to continue working on it.
June is almost over, it’s time to welcome July in your life…and your planner! Since this gonna be my first printable monthly planner, I choose to use the plusbizarre color palette: pink, black and white.