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  1. Love this idea! I’m a writer not an artist but I use my creative/writer’s journal much in the same way you use yours. I have begun to work on my second series and use my journal for character development, plot lines, setting descriptions, title options, timelines, and more. My writing journal goes everywhere with me. Like you, I never know when inspiration is going to strike. Too many ideas get lost if I count on my brain to remember everything. This way, I can write it all down and come back to it when I’m ready. Nice to hear that I’m not the only one who does this.

    1. Little Coffee Fox Team says:

      YES!! That inspiration can strike anywhere and a journal is much better place to jot it down over a napkin.

  2. I’m waiting for my first Leuchtterm to arrive (tomorrow!) and already sense I want a separate journal for business related ideas. I’m really excited about getting started!

    1. You are going to love having a Leuchtturm 😀 They really are the best. I hope you enjoy writing down your thoughts and creative ideas!

  3. Mandy Williams says:

    I’m just starting my bullet journal but I could tell my creative pages were going to blossom quickly into trouble 🙂 A creative journal that is sometimes cross referenced in my bullet journal is just the thing! Love the blog!

  4. I will try to follow your suggestions, although I only recently have begun to use the bullet journal

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