I love Jesus, I'm a harpist, student at James Madison University and I'm an avid reader, lover of coffee, crocheting and knitting, and trying my hand at creative writing.
Bullet Journaling 101, but from a Beginner
I've always admired people who have beautiful handwriting, are super artsy, seem have their lives together, and usually they bullet journal. Go figure. If you don't know what a bujo is (bullet journal for short), it's basically a planner/super artsy book that people use for literally whatever they want. It can be filled with beautiful pages with inspirational quotes surrounded by artwork, or a monthly layout that included a planner, calendar, mood trackers and habit trackers, etc. Anyone who has a bujo will tell you that it can be whatever you want/need it to be, it's your journal, so be yourself when writing in it.
You Say You Don't Like To Read?
I was talking to my 10-year-old little sister yesterday, as she was playing a game on her "school" laptop, and I asked her if she's read any interesting books lately. She quickly answered me with a clear disdain for reading, saying that she only reads when she has to, and "no book in the world is interesting, it's boring." I realized then how different my childhood was compared to hers. Disclaimer, I'm only 19, so I won't pretend that I grew up in a time where technology was unheard of, but I certainly didn't have the technology as readily available to me as my siblings do now.