Four Types of Notebooks to Try This Summer
I use these daily
I’ve changed my line-up a lot in the last year. I stopped using the bullet journal and began using a bigger variety.
- Fauxbonichi: It’s known for being a combination of layout and text. The goal is create a page or spread per day, based on everyday life.
- My creative journal: collages and art journaling. It’s no pressure and perfect for experimenting.
- My free-write notebook: It’s my cleanser. Set a timer and whatever comes to mind goes in that journal.
- My book journal: It keeps track of what I’ve read, and my thoughts. Some months offer a 5-bullet point review of each book.
Journaling is a unique experience, customizable for the user. There are many formats, whether you want to write pages of text or draw out your emotions.