Welcome to my first blog post of 2021! Today, I’m sharing 7 different bullet journal spreads that you can use to organize your business. I’ll be sharing how I use the spreads, photos of them and how you can customize them! These spreads include an annual strategy, content calendar, blog ideas, monthly and weekly planning spreads, reoccurring business tasks and shop statistics. Regardless, keep scrolling to learn more!
For those of you who know me, you know that I love bullet journaling. If you don’t know what that is, it’s a versatile planning system invented by Ryder Carroll. Today on the blog, I’m showing you how to start your own bullet journal if you’re just beginning on your planning journey. I go over the basic spreads, the supplies you need and how to make your journal your own. To learn more, just keep reading!
As a small business owner, I do almost everything by myself. From making my handmade cards to doing the SEO from my website, I do it all. If I don't know how to do it, I have to learn. That's what happened with social media marketing. Now, I recently got busier than ever. With university, Thoughtfully Handmade and my extracurriculars, I got extremely overwhelmed. That's why I decided to hire a social media intern. Longwinded introduction aside, let's get into how I actually hired her!
I've been told by numerous people that I am VERY organized. I mean, I have a Type A personality and include bullet journaling as a hobby. People have often asked me how I run my own business, be a full-time student and still do normal people stuff like shower, eat and hang out with friends. So, I've decided to put together a blog post that shares how I plan out my day. Seriously, I would go crazy by now if I didn't have my system. If you follow these tips, your day will be more productive and stress-free.
Have you ever wondered how I came up with my card designs? If you're curious about where I draw inspiration from, this week's blog post answers just that! I'm sharing 3 resources I regularly use to help me come up with new card designs. If you're in a creative rut- trust me, I know how much that sucks, continue reading!