The A – Z of Artful Journaling: P is for Paper

Hello, lovely friends! In today’s video I’m comparing four different fountain-pen-friendly papers to see which one is best at taking watercolour backgrounds for journaling and planning on. What paper do you journal on? Let me know in the comments. Thanks for watching! Artful Journaling Blog Post Master List

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Free Printables: InCoWriMo Postcards

With International Correspondence Writing Month (aka InCoWriMo) just around the corner, I thought I’d share some free printable postcards with you. I painted the originals on actual postcards, so they’re the perfect dimensions to print onto card and release into the wild by snail mail. However, if what you want to write won’t fit on […]

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Mindfulness – Memory Pockets

The older I get, the faster the days seem to pass. Once upon a time, the six-week school holidays seemed to stretch on forever, but now they seem to be over in the blink of an eye. My eldest will be 16 years old in a couple of weeks. He sits his GCSE exams this […]

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Planning Out Loud: January 2018 Part II

We’re nearly at the end of January already! How did that happen? Tomorrow, I’m going to film my February Plan With Me video, so today I thought I’d better post the second part of Planning Out Loud: January 2018. This is my Goal and Brain Dump page for January. I don’t need much space for […]

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Mental Health Monday: Self-Compassion Part Two

I remember the first time I really thought about the word ‘compassion’. It was in a Religious Studies lesson at school. Our teacher explained that it has its root in Latin, where ‘com’ means ‘together’ and ‘passion’ means ‘suffer’, so being compassionate means, suffering together with someone, feeling someone’s pain, understanding, even experiencing, what they’re […]

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