by Rebecca Spooner
The beauty of it is that you don’t need fancy paints, pens, or notebooks to use the ideas in this book. You could just as easily set up a planner or bullet journal in a simple lined composition notebook from the dollar store. And the author gives tips about how to set up in a plain composition notebook versus a dot grid notebook.
I love all the different styles of daily, monthly, and yearly spreads! Whether you want a minimalist style or an artistic style, there is something for everyone.
There are even tutorials on how to use paints in a simple, easy way that is accessible to all of us non-artistic people. And there are tutorials on creating your own custom tabs, decorative paper clips, and adding custom pockets in the pages of your journal/planner.
At the back of the book, there are several removable pages with doodles, dividers, and banners that you can trace or copy into your own notebook, and I already traced a few into mine!
I found so many imaginative ideas in this book, with practical tips on actually scheduling, organizing, tracking, and planning. I love it! This book has it all. Literally, everything I was looking for and hoping for… this book has it.