Planner Review, review, notebook

Review: 100 Day Happiness Planner (with flipthroughs)

When you go analog, you're constantly (if you're me) searching for planner perfection. Also, if you're me, you thrive on short-term planners versus the pressure of an entire year. Also also, if you're me, you regularly scroll through the interwebs looking for new and interesting planners. Enter a sale at indigo.ca¬†(still going on!) and a… Continue reading Review: 100 Day Happiness Planner (with flipthroughs)

Bullet Journal, bullet journalling with depression, journalling, mental health, bipolar, OCD, church, disability, coffee, fountain pen, travelers journal

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

Bullet Journal, review, notebook

Bargain Basics Notebook Review: Artist’s Loft

We're back on the notebook review train with one of the most popular inexpensive journal's The Artist Loft dot grid journal. These are available inexpensively at Michael's (they retail for a mere 5$ in the states, and go for 9$ in Canada). They are what I would call a semi-hardcover and come in a wide… Continue reading Bargain Basics Notebook Review: Artist’s Loft

journalling, mental health, bipolar, OCD, church, disability, coffee, fountain pen, travelers journal

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

journalling, mental health, bipolar, OCD, church, disability, coffee, fountain pen, travelers journal

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