Bullet Journal Pages and How They Evolve

I’ve officially been using a bullet journal for 2 months now, and I gotta say there is no consistency to my bullet journal pages. They keep changing and evolving as I figure out what I need. I knew I wasn’t going to have one of those bullet journals that people looked to for inspiration. That’s […]

Bullet Journal Ideas: Why I’m Switching and What I Think It Will Accomplish

ALERT THE PRESS! I’m sharing all my bullet journal ideas today in an effort to simplify my life and switch into a planner that stops my manic overworking tendencies. NOTE: This post contains affiliate links. Affiliate links provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to products. Y’all. I’m tired. So […]

2019 Bullet Journal Traveler’s Notebook Set Up

The New Year is a sacred holiday because it’s a time of new planners. With that in mind, I am happy to share my 2019 bullet journal traveler’s notebook set up. NOTE: This post contains affiliate links. Affiliate links provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to products. (Are you […]

The Perfect Planner for 2019

I have been waiting for this moment since June. It’s time to pick the perfect planner for 2019. (I’m not kidding about June. Like, if you scroll through my Twitter history, you’ll definitely see a distraught Marisa back in June obsessing over what planner she should use in 2019.) NOTE: This post contains affiliate links. Affiliate […]

Planners for Artists: Tools to Help You Track Your Productivity

There are tons of planners for artists out there. But if you’re the type to just run to the nearest office supply store, you definitely won’t find them. (Nothing against standard office supply stores. It’s just that there are some amazing planner companies out there, and they make products that lend themselves to that day […]

Saving My Life Right Now: Winter 2017

The winter has always been hard for me. And I always hate the third quarter of the school year — that time between the start of the spring semester and spring break. (I thought it wouldn’t be so bad as an instructor, but it still feels like being stuck in quicksand.) Then, couple that with the […]