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!
When I was starting out, I struggled with finding markets and pop up shops to sell my cards in. Now, I already have 3 lined up! For all of my crafters and artisans who still struggle with finding the right events to sell at, this week's blog post is for you! I am sharing my top tips for how to find craft fairs, flea markets and pop up markets. To learn, just keep on reading!