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  1. Inspiring! I applaud your determination to start the day right with exercise. I would love to do he same but 5:30 is already my normal wake-up time, and I’m not sure I can handle getting up any earlier! Although, I do have a sunrise alarm clock, and I love it- my husband doesn’t find it too difficult to continue/go back to sleep after it goes and I get up.

    I’m devouring all your blog posts. You’ve inspired me to collect all my scatterbrained lists and half started notebooks into one bullet journal, and I’ve taken your suggestions in creating a master grocery list, gift tracker list, cleaning schedule, and seasonal bucket list (what a GREAT idea!). I also use a monthly spread and the dailies of course. I love having everything in one spot, and I’m so excited to develop my use of the journal. I’ve also started Morning Pages, and while it’s more of a brain dump than anything else, I’m excited to stick with it and hopefully sort out the chaos that is my mind.

    Thanks again for sharing all of your tips. I love your writing style, and I look forward to reading about your next creative ideas in journaling!

    1. Goodness, Joanna, I don’t blame you for not wanting to get up earlier than 5:30. I will say that I’m extremely jealous of your sunrise alarm clock. I’ve coveted one of those for years!

      I’m thrilled that you enjoy the blog! Bullet journaling has been so effective for me getting my life together, so I love hearing that it has helped others do the same. And the Morning Pages – I can’t sing high enough praises! Mine are exactly like yours, a braindump to just empty my noggin so I can use it for more important things. Thank you so much for reading and for leaving such a sweet comment. Have fun planning and Happy New Year!

  2. Anastasia says:

    Awesome tips! If I have learned anything, it is to be flexible. I’m twenty-four and my daughter is two so we are suuuper busy every day. Ever since I started using a bullet journal, I’ve watched my life go from chaotic to productive 🙂 Definitely going to check out some of your other posts.

    1. You’re totally right, flexibility is key. And I’m sure you have to be pretty adaptable with a two year old around 🙂 thank you so much for commenting! I hope you continue to find new things that help improve your already awesome planning system!

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