Per­son­alise your jour­nal

Mollie Makes - - Journal Journey -

There are end­less ways you can use your jour­nal to or­gan­ise all as­pects of your life. Above and over the page, Teri’s put to­gether some vis­ual in­spi­ra­tion for you, and you can down­load a se­lec­tion of her brush let­tered page ti­tles at www.mol­ to cut and stick in­side your jour­nal. Here are some of our lay­outs to get you started:

Habits: Start the new year with a new set of pos­i­tive habits and record your progress each day.

To-do lists: Whether it’s a daily, weekly or monthly sched­ule – or a com­bi­na­tion of all three – plan out your tasks and goals.

Fi­nances: Set tar­gets to help you save money, or just bud­get your monthly ex­penses so you can keep track of your spend­ing.

Goals: Is there some­thing you want to achieve this year? Break down the steps you need to take to do this to help fo­cus you.

Plan­ning: Or­gan­ise a trip or hol­i­day, or note down dec­o­rat­ing ideas and in­spi­ra­tion for your home, cut­ting out and pasting in pic­tures you can an­no­tate.

Lists: Make a note of books you’ve al­ways been mean­ing to read, or films you’d like to watch. When you’ve got some spare time, re­fer back to it and then tick them off as you fin­ish them.

Thoughts: Un­wind when you come home by us­ing your jour­nal as a note­book – why not col­lect in­spir­ing quotes or pos­i­tive mo­ments from your day?

Health: Set up a check­list of things to do each day or each week – this could be ex­er­cis­ing reg­u­larly, drink­ing more wa­ter, or sched­ul­ing time out to re­lax.

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