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  1. I love the handwriting for the title! Do you know what it’s called or where I can reference the rest of the alphabet in that font to see what the other letters look like? Definitely want to incorporate this font in my bujo. Love this idea! Thanks.

  2. Alex Daughety says:

    I love this! I’ve been Bullet Journaling since February 2015, but have never really been able to keep collections like a gratitude log going. They just don’t seem to work for me.

    I’ve always seen my birthday as a wonderful time to reflect on what’s working, and what isn’t, in my life. Regrettably, I read this post almost a month after my November birthday, but I’m doing mine now anyway. I’ve had some big changes in the last year and seeing them all on one page has allowed me to be proud of my evolution.

    What a great idea! Thanks!! ????

    1. I’m so glad you like it, Alex! I’m a huge fan of leaving little breadcrumbs in my bullet journal for my older self. I love nostalgia, so time capsules are a great way to go. I hope you have a blast getting yours set up!

  3. What wise advice! I may have to try it on my next birthday.

  4. Paula Kemp says:

    What a lovely idea! Its mine in a few weeks so will definitely be doing that, as years seem to rush so quickly, its so nice to be abke to look back in a few years!

    1. Well happy birthday in advance! And yes, time flies so much more the older and busier I get, so being able to look back is so fun and special. I would write myself letters, but I can never find them again! That’s why I started using my bullet journal for this, then I’ll (hopefully) never lose it!

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