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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The 6 books I can’t wait to read in the summer 2018

My number 1 activity during the summer? Sit in the sun with a good book! (Obviously, this brings forth my number 2 activity in the summer, which is get a sunburn, but, oh well, details…) However, my To-Be Read list doesn’t seem to take a break: in fact, it appears the more books I read, the more books are added to my TBR list. I didn’t think it was possible, but here’s the truth: new books are infinite. As such, I have decided to come up with a list of books I will read this summer, and I will try …

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How the Bullet Journal changed my life

When I stumbled up the Bullet Journal and its system, it changed my life. I had always loved making lists, and planners, and so I found a new passion. One day, I was just mindlessly scrolling through my Facebook newsfeed when I came upon a video showing a simplified version of the Bullet Journal. I did some more research and that’s how I discovered the Bullet Journal, the system and the community. I was immediately enchanted. Without further ado, here are the different ways the Bullet Journal changed my life. 1. Better organization That goes without saying: a Bullet Journal …

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