New York: Traveling Bullet Journal, Vol. 3

How I planned my trip to New York in my Bullet Journal | Petite Mélanie

Welcome to this 3rd edition of the Traveling Bullet Journal: New York! Indeed, this month of December, I went away on vacation to the beautiful city of New York, and I, of course, had use of my Bullet Journal to help me plan our trip. I had need of my Bullet Journal as much in the planning of the trip to the preparation before the departure. In this article, I will show you the pages I created in my Bullet Journal to plan and prepare my trip to New York City. Are you going away on vacation soon? Or are …

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Update : NaNoWriMo and January 2019

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Welcome to this brief update post! Here it is: I haven’t been very productive in the last two weeks. Those who follow me on my Facebook page and on Instagram may have noticed that I haven’t posted much lately. I was in a bit of a productivity slump, maybe because the sun sets so early these days and we’ve been having record-breaking mid-winter temperatures in November. Anyway, I haven’t worked on this blog and on my Bullet Journal as much as I wanted to in the last weeks of November. As such, I had sadly no post planned for this …

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Review: Leuchtturm1917 2019 Monthly Planner with Notebook

Plan With Me: My planners for 2019 | Petite Mélanie My planners for the year 2019. My Bullet Journal, my blog planner, my journal Some Lines a day. These are the planners I will be using to stay organized and keep on top of my game in 2019.

Those who read this blog know that my Bullet Journal notebook has always been a Leuchtturm1917, ever since I started Bullet Journaling. I love these notebooks, and while I’m not saying I will never try another brand of notebooks, for now I am content and have no plans to change in the near future. Earlier this summer, the Canadian branch of Leuchtturm1917 nicely sent over their 2019 Monthly planner with notebook. This post is my opinion of this monthly planner by Leuchtturm1917. Please note that although I received this product for free, I am not being paid for this post …

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The ultimate guide to Bullet Journaling for students

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Welcome to this ultimate guide to Bullet Journaling for students! In this guide, I explain how to use the Bullet Journal to become more organized during the school year. Also, I give you spread ideas to organize your studies in your Bullet Journal. When I was a student myself, I didn’t know about the Bullet Journal system. Today, I really wish I had, because I know I would have been so much more organized, and, maybe, more efficient. Earlier this fall, I posted a three-part series of blog posts about the Bullet Journal for students. I have simply decided to …

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The Bullet Journal Method Collector’s set: Unboxing and Review

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The Bullet Journal Method par Ryder Carroll Author: Ryder Carroll Publisher: Portfolio Release date: October 23rd, 2018 Pages: 320 (Hardcover) Language: English Genre: Self-help My rating: ★★★★★ Opening words Welcome to this review of The Bullet Journal Method by Ryder Carroll. Many of you have asked me what I think of this book, and most importantly, if it’s worth buying for those of us who have been using the Bullet Journal system for a while now, or if it’s more of a guide for beginners. I will try to answer this question here, and more, so keep on reading! The Collector’s …

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Plan With Me: November 2018 in my Bullet Journal + NaNoWriMo

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November is right around the corner: Christmas decorations are being displayed in stores and Halloween candy is on sale. As such, it was high time I got my Bullet Journal ready for the month of November! As it has been a few months since I last showed you my planning for the month in my Bullet Journal, I thought it would be a good time to write a new Plan With Me. Thus, here’s the 3rd edition of Plan With Me: November 2018 in my Bullet Journal! Plus, I decided to do something special this month: I decided to participate …

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Bullet Journaling for students, Part 3: Student life

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Welcome to the third and final part of the series “Bullet Journaling for students”! In this third installment, I want to tackle the every-day student life organization. Though school, classes and exams are a big part of what occupies a student’s time, there are other elements to take into consideration. Many students work part-time jobs during their studies. As such, they have to juggle their classes, studying, homework, a budget, etc. Through all of this, they also have to do their grocery shopping and cook, in order to eat. In this post, I want to show the usefulness of the …

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Bullet Journaling for students, Part 2: Studying, homework and projects

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Welcome to this second part of the “Bullet Journaling for students” series. Hopefully, your start of the school year went smoothly! Now that the semester has very much begun, I thought it would be an ideal time to present you more ideas of pages in your Bullet Journal, to help you be more organized during the school year. I will give you some tips and designs to continue to be organized throughout the semester, with your Bullet Journal for students. Studying must already be quite necessary to avoid falling behind, and maybe there is already homework due. As such, the …

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One-year anniversary: Lookback at the first year of the blog

One year ago, September 1st, 2017, I was launching this blog. I was apprehensive, shy, embarrassed, I really didn’t want to do this but at the same, really wanted to… In the end, I did launch my blog and put myself out there. And today, I don’t regret anything. I have learned a lot since the beginning: I find I write better articles, the pictures I take are getting nicer all the time, and I even have more and more ideas for posts. So, first and foremost, I wanted to thank you, you who are reading me, for being there. …

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Bullet Journaling for students, Part 1: Planning the semester

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Today, I am writing to the students out there and all those who are in a learning process. I am sorry to be the bearer of bad news, but school is right around the corner again. For students, August quickly changes to September, and off to school they go. But don’t worry! I have some tips and tricks for you to start the semester on the right track (the organized track), with the help of your Bullet Journal, Student Edition. I, myself, am currently not attending school, but back when I was, I used a regular school-year-type planner to organize …

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