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Six ways to plan when you’re a mess

The bullet journal community is full of lots of sunshine, glitter, and rainbows.   Don't get me wrong, I friggin' love sunshine, glitter, and rainbows. I am also Bipolar II, which means that sometimes I am just getting by. I've been bujo-ing in one form or another for about two years now. I've adjusted, tweaked,… Continue reading Six ways to plan when you’re a mess

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Bargain Basic Notebooks Review: Ikea Lankmoj

I am a lover of the Scribbles that Matter notebooks. They are well-made, fountain pen friendly, lusciously coloured notebooks. I'm also going through notebooks at a clip of one every 45-60 days right now. That's fast. I have at least three notebooks on the go at any given moment, and right now it's more like… Continue reading Bargain Basic Notebooks Review: Ikea Lankmoj

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Pen to Paper

  The healing journey is a crooked road.   I have been, at various stages of my life: a bartender, a university professor, a waitress, a professional singer in multiple genres, a kitchen manager, and in general a hopelessly flawed human being. I've been married three times to teach myself I'm not the marrying kind.… Continue reading Pen to Paper