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  1. I’ve known for a while I should be using a gratitude journal. I’m also jealous of my friend who can write a Christmas newsletter and remember a highlight for every month of the year. I can’t remember yesterday! I also know I’m not as focused on priorities as I should be. I get caught up with the busyness of life I don’t have time for some really important things. Also my group of gal friends want to make vision boards for the new year. And now I stumble on what is clearly not a new hobby, DIY journaling. I’ve toyed with the idea of combining all the things and more into one resource but now I have the inspiration and information to make it happen this year. Thanks Little Coffee Fox for the superb videos and articles.

    1. Little Coffee Fox Team says:

      The beauty of bullet journaling is that you can do just that Zoe! Have fun combining the things you love to make it all your own.

  2. Could I continue using my old bullet journal for 2019? I started mine in December, and I have only filled about 30 pages. When I look on YouTube, though, everybody is started a new bullet journal for 2019.

    1. Absolutely you can! Some people like to start fresh at the beginning of the year, but continuing an existing journal is awesome, too. I personally keep using a journal until it is filled and don’t change journals based on the time of the year. So keep it rolling, Misha, you got this! Happy New Year!

  3. I’d love to hear more about your palette that you referred to!

    1. Hey there Angela! I’m sorry, I’m not sure where I referred to a palette. Could you point me to it so I can elaborate? Thank you!

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