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Initial Review: Limelight Sketch Book Dotted Notebook

By on May 15, 2018
Limelight Sketch Book Dotted Notebook

Sometime before, I posted a review of the Limelight [plain] Sketch Book. I ended that review with a wish that they would make dotted notebooks as well. And lo and behold! 🎉 Back in January, they posted a teaser video for their much-wished-for Limelight Sketch Book dotted notebook:

 

Due to insistent public demand, we bring you Limelight Dotted Sketchbook ⬇⬇⬇⬇

Oh wait there’s more! To start the year with a B-A-N-G this February, we will be giving away One Limited Edition Sketchbook and One Artroll everyday! YES! You read it right!

Then every Saturday one lucky winner will win the much awaited Dotted Sketchbook plus an Artroll.

How to win? Follow and Like our social media page to keep you posted.

#limitless #pageworthynotes #noteworthyideas

Posted by Limelight on Tuesday, January 9, 2018

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New Weekly Format

By on March 4, 2018
bullet journal traditional weekly spread

From the start of the year, I have been using an adapted version of the Alastair Method for my weeklies, that is, a weekly running log. I find it efficient and space-saving, perfect for someone like me who doesn’t really have a lot of things going on that need to be logged. I can’t sing enough praises to the people who thought this up.

week 3 running log

So why am I changing format now if it works so well for me?

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2018 Bullet Journal

By on January 12, 2018

Happy New Year! 🙂

So. Before anything, a little recap of my first bullet journals (work and personal, as pictured below). 2017 has been more productive than it would have been otherwise without the help of my BuJo. I usually multi-task (even with my thought processes, so yes, I tend to overthink as well) so I tend to have a pretty short attention span and sometimes forget things. Having tasks and such written down, I could see what I have to do and therefore be able to do more.

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Fuzzy Logic Mood Tracker

By on December 1, 2017

I have not posted here for the longest time about bullet journaling, despite the fact that I still am doing that up to now. Amazing, really. I have never really stuck with any sort of planner for this long–almost the whole year now, just whoa! I guess I can finally say I’ve found planner peace?

Anyway, the thing is I’m happily planning to continue with this system until the next year (which is just a few short weeks away!). And, to level up a bit, I will no longer be using a pre-printed planner, but a nice new dotted notebook from Victoria’s Journals! Excited person that I am, I have already started doing some of the pages. One such page I just finished and would like to share is this Fuzzy Logic Mood Tracker:

fuzzy logic mood tracker

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Mediocrity

By on May 29, 2017
mediocrity

Was reading old written works of mine and I can’t help feeling empty, drained and hollow. Where did my old fire go? What happened to that sass? I feel so pathetic right now compared to the writer that I was before. It would seem that it is not just my physical body that is deteriorating with time and age.

I don’t necessarily live a happy life now, though it has its sparkling moments. But the darkness that was my muse is now as elusive as the ‘normalcy’ I craved before. Instead of black, I now see in dull, boring gray. There’s nothing there to inspire or ire me enough to get the creative juices flowing.

I am not high, but not low either. How mediocre.

callig siggy white

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