If you have a Pinterest account or are prone to spending hours on YouTube, you've probably heard of the bullet journal system.I never thought bullet journalling would work for me, but after watching my friend Rachel's videos where she flipped through her many completed Leuchtturm's, I decided to give it a go for myself.
Yes. I'm that person. I've started a bullet journal.I was like you, once. I thought that bullet journals would take far too long, and that I didn't have the drawing skills or enough patience to pull it off. But like that mascara that I didn't want to buy until literally every single beauty guru started talking about it on their channel, the idea of the bullet journal buried it's way into my subconscious and eventually... it grew on me.
Last week, I went to Leeds to hang out with the gorgeous Rachel from Full Flourish. We've known each other since we had a few hundred subscribers between us, and now her channel is really growing and I couldn't be happier for her.
I travel to Leeds quite a lot as most of my mother's side of the family live over there, but believe it or not I've never actually walked around the city.
When I was invited to the #VikingArtyParty I immediately accepted the invitation - I'm a creative person at heart and I can't say no to an afternoon of crafts.There's nothing I love more than attending a blogging event. It's a great opportunity to meet other bloggers, and people who look vaguely familiar because I stalk them on Twitter. Whatever happens, it's always a fun day.
Colouring books for adults are nothing new, but I'd never considered getting one myself until I saw Creative Coloring Inspirations by Valentia Harper. Recently I've been making more effort to set time aside for myself, and this is perfect as it's one of my very few hobbies that don't involve a computer.
It's a well known fact that if you were to look inside my brain, you would be lost in illegible black scribbles. You know, the ones you write down at one in the morning when you have quite possibly the best idea you've ever had in your life - then look at it the next day and decide that it's terrible and that you're terrible and a terrible artist and you should have just got a "proper job".