Paw Prints — Journal

A Journal Habit

Posted by Stuart Lennon on

I’ve written several times about keeping a journal, both here and at my blog stuartlennon.comAt one stage, I was keeping multiple journals, analogue and digital. Thankfully, I’m down to one now, and I have been keeping it consistently. My secret?RoutineMore than anything else, this is what keeps me on track. I write my journal at the same time, in the same place, every day. I’m an early riser. And every morning works the same.I get up, and empty the dishwasher (probably my sole contribution to the running of the home). Then, I make a coffee, sit at my kitchen table,...

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Pebble Stamp Kit

Posted by Amanda Fleet on

If you're a bullet journaller, this is the kit you've been looking for!

It's a set of 39 stamps that are perfect for stamping dates, calendars, days etc. They align to a 5 mm grid (so work brilliantly with the Pebble Traveler's Notebook, though any 5 mm grid is compatible, obviously!).

The combinations have been really well thought out. In the Pebble TN, there are more than enough pages to have monthly spreads, plus weekly spreads, and still have pages left over for collections or notes, making the Pebble TN and the stamp kit a perfect duo.

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Analogue Nomad

Posted by Stuart Lennon on

OK - So, we’re all travelling less than we were. Bummer. But - let’s see that as an opportunity. Let’s travel more locally. Grab a pen and a notebook, take a walk. In the countryside, to a beach, to a park, around the neighbourhood. Whatever is doable. Getting out is good for you. Make some time to safely get some outside time. Doing it with notebook allows you to keep a journal, write a poem, sketch something, or write the next Harry Potter.You know me well enough by now. “Grab a pen and a notebook”. As if I could ever...

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Thought-Camera

Posted by Stuart Lennon on

Unless you're new here, you already know that I keep journals. Lots of them.

This year, I began a new one. My OYNB journal.

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Lock down journalling

Posted by Amanda Fleet on

Lock down is affecting all of us - some more than others. I'm having good days and I'm also having bad days. Both days are worth journalling about. If I write about the good days, I have something to look back on to remind myself that not all days are black. On bad days... well, on bad days just the act of committing to paper what's upsetting me can be enough to help me process it and deal with it a little better. And of course, I can look over the entries from the better days too.

Enter the Public Supply 5x8" notebook.

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