Did I ever show you guys this traveler’s notebook? I can’t recall. Anyways, I promised a long time ago that I would explain how I’m using my traveler’s journal, and of course, I needed to use it a little bit more than just a month to know how I would use it. And here I am! So, the cover is from CityGirl Planners, bought it from a sale months ago, and this particular isn’t for sale anymore. But she has other beautiful ones too!
I’m using micro-sized at the moment, and I’m hoping that it would be a perfect size to keep with me all the time! Nano was too small, and passport too large. So, fingers crossed! For “decoration,” there is a Deathly Hallows mark charm and Oliclip. Almost forgot, there a little pumpkin in the spine too!
When you open the journal, there is all the information needed, if I would lose this. Name, email and phone number. Nothing else needed. After that, printed weekly notebook from Listlab. Her printables, love! Such a good range of everything you might need. But yeah, I’m using these at the moment with a week on the left side and dots on the right. This way, it’s easy to make a to-do list that I need to keep with me, and sometimes write other important things if I have any. I plan this once in a week.
Monthly pages are from Listlab too, and they are just regular monthly pages. Nothing weird about them. Without dates and ready to use. Here, I write my work hours, put little stickers for taekwondo and school days, and of course everything else necessary, if I have anything.
In this photo, you can also see the little flower notebook in the back, that is from PenGems, and I use those to write all the things I need to remember. Notes, essential days that I need to transfer later to somewhere, or anything else required somewhere. It might be the most critical notebook in there!
Says brain dump, but the notebook is for my blog posts. It shows in the photo lightly that there is a gray box in there, and that would be the date when the blog post was/is released. As you might have seen, I haven’t been blogging much lately. It hasn’t been my top one priority, and that’s okay. Just a hobby here! But still, love to keep up with my blog posts and ideas are popping up a lot, so I figured that this would be an excellent way to write them down with more than just one line? There is a couple written down already, but I still need to figure out the best way.
And as you can see, my traveler’s journal is pretty simple. Just what I need, and it’s easy to take with me everywhere. Let’s see how long this will last, and if I’m going to be happy with it.