New year, new journal? Not sure where to begin or what to include? Here are a few ideas for your 2024 journal…
I always think it can be hard starting a new journal as you want everything to perfect, but Amanda Rach Lee has the perfect outlook on this fear and on top of that she’s decorating her journal with the cutest of frogs.
Not sure what type of trackers to include this year? Want to try out something a bit different or get some tips on how to make it all a bit easier? Check out this guide of 24 things to include in your 2024 journal by Jashii Corrin.
Not everyone uses a journal in the same way and I know some people have multiple journals for different purposes. I love the idea of a recipe journal for either tracking your favourite recipes or copying down old ones and Papier has a list of 8 ways you might want to use one too.
If one of your new year’s resolutions is to read more, then why not start tracking your reading habits and favourite books. Mochi Bujo’s scrapbook style is a great place to start and great for those of you who don’t like to draw.
If you want to someone to journal along with or even have a look at a different style of journaling then Rainbowholic is always fantastic. She journals in a Hobonichi whereas a lot of other journaling videos focus on the popular dotted bullet journals. She uses a lot of cute stickers, washi tapes and other stationery, which she also shares videos about too.
Setting goals for the new year and planning for the future is something that we all do at the beginning of a new year, but sometimes you might want a way to explore these topics in more detail than just a list. Journal prompts can give you the questions to explore your thoughts and the Day One journaling app’s site has lots to work through.
Emma is an English teacher who travels a lot. Adventuring around the world is her passion, with Japan being one of her favourite destinations. She loves baking, photography, sweet treats, and all things Disney. If Emma was a Pokémon, she’d definitely be a Pikachu.