Lady Falcon Travelers

Leather Notebooks and Stationery Supplies

Together with my weekly diary I also keep a daily journal in my B6 slim Lady Falcon Traveler.  I strive to journal every day, because I do find it helpful to get my thoughts straight. Especially after my Burn-out I found this very useful and I’ve been keeping it up fairly good.

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I find that when I decorate the pages it’s easier to write. It’s like a little jump start for the actual writing.

Now I don’t write every day. Which is why I don’t like dated pages, because then I would have to write in my journal every day. I find that is too much pressure….and the point was to release pressure.

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I did try that though, but once I skipped a page, or should I say a day… like in the above picture. I’d be stuck with an empty page… and empty pages are just wrong, at least to me they are.

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They just created stress. So now with my undated, filled with random colored pages, I’m cool if I do skip a day.

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Or two. I can just write on the next page and don’t have to worry about empty pages staring me in the face. Accusing me…

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I do try to decorate 2 pages up front, so the “spread” has the same feel. Which means the second day is a lazy day, since I only have to doodle the date onto it, to kick-start me, and get on with the writing.

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I have no set plan when decorating the pages, although I do seem to follow a certain order in which I place things on the page. Starting with washi, moving on to consecutive other things in my stash. I used to doodle a lot, or draw, but lately that hasn’t happened.

I guess there’s a time for everything, and doodling or drawing is not for now. I’m sure it’ll come back one day =)

I hope you enjoyed my messy journaling pages and I’d love to see yours.

Have a wonderful week,

xoxo Monique

3 thoughts on “Journaling in my B6 slim

  1. JD says:

    Amazing spreads!

    Like

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